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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1918 'ITfE LRTIIBRTDr.E DAILY MEHALD PAGE FIVE CANJADIAISI WATEK ROWER.S �5,v . H. r. TIMMERMAX, 1 ntliislriiil L'oniiiiissiuiier, Cunadiiiu riicilm liiuUv;i>. , J'lic following estirnnte is givpn by the Dominion Wnler Power Branch of the wnt^r power uvnilable in each province, sliowinft to what extent this already has been de- veloped. Provlnros Power Available Ontario ............................ 6,8OO,i>00 Quebec .............................. e.m.flOO Nova Scotln ........................ 100,000 New Brunswick ..................... 300,000 Prince B�!wnrd Island ............... aJ)0O Manitoba............................C ' SasVtttohownn....................... .1,500,000 Albertft ............................. . British Columbia .................... ;i,000,000 Yukon .............................. IflO.OOO immim FRIDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS The pitch at Grand Falls, N,B. EloctrlcBl Kncrgy ~.r.a2,ns;i ;!70,ftOfl ,",,0B2 5,89(1 50 76.200 n2,860 216..'it5 12,000 Total ...........................18,803,000 1,348,490 Paper and Pulp 83.37.-. 100,000 12,1150 3,or.o 49,000 248,075 Othp^ Iiidu'-.trloa 74,O0S 50.000 5,700 4,4.-.ll 450 50 100 4,275 139,033 Total 78n,4fi1 5-.'0,000 21,412 13.390 500 70.250 100 32.S00 2fi9.e20 12.000 1.735,D�S ' Tt will bf> Rppn from tlie abovo that �f aomi' ciKliteein uiUHoii horHfi-power kvailabit, and which further pxplora-tlon will enlarge. U'kh than ten per-rent has so far l)epn developed. Nevertheless, with b\it iew exceptions York, with a population of five mil-'now to some extent Imported. In lions, and to have n�t'all lit up on fact, sonic of the larser us^ts of heat one-tlfth or loss, providing also for trad ion purposes, indicates that the manntacturinK enterprises of that great city must have gone somewhat all our principal cities, and by far the!shy on power, pxcepting BU.Th as may (jreater number of onr towns and vil lages aro suppllvd with hydro-olec-Irln enerBy. and the surplus production permits of the exportation of ronslderabl.T power from New Brunswick to the State of .Maine, from Quebeo to New York, from Ontario to New York and Minnesota, and from British Columbia to \VaaUlng:ton. The bearing which this � exportation et i�ower has upon the Imports of �oal, eapeclally into the provinces of Ontario and Quebec, the source of two-thirds of tho available current, may he surmised. Since the war resulted In a scarcity of vessels for trRn�portation of Nova Scotia coal up the .St. Lawrence River to the Ini dustrle* of Montreal, there have been converted to the use of electrical en-erio' In that vicinity no less than one hundred and fifty private steam .plants, with a demand load of about OS many thousand horse-power; �while many others are considering a like transform-atlon. liave been produced from coals that would otherwise hsvc been available for heatlBK. A similar comparison doubtless might be made between Toronto and Chicago, or any other Canadian and American ciiy of relative pocltlon, a comparison sure to become more striking as time patses and the upward tendency In tife cost of coal is coiitraste* with the lowering cost of hydro-power. The relative cost of steam and hydro-power being subject In the case of ceal to labor, transportation iind other ynriablo expense Is at present rather dllBeult to "estimate, but admittedly the advantage In economy is with the latter source of energy, while in many cages for the nferc ease of distribution end control, the electric current Is secondarily made use of. being Brst generated by steum produced from coii. Jlj'dro-jiower being the' one necessary commodity which paradoxically defreases in cost Hnvinp mentioned Montreal, it mayjin Inverse ratio to the demand for it. further be said that with a popula-lllils clearly is to be the raanufactur- tion approxlmatiug three-quarters oJ a million, thnt cit.v and vicinity, according to one of the principal power companies, was supplied by It nlone last yciir with sll.-ihtly under a hllllon kw-hrs., the equivalent of the ins force of the future, and as coal Is not at all likely ever to revert to )>re-war prices, many Industries supplying the world's markets will take advantage of this fact by locating in Canada where also raw roatorialE are nmounf available to the city of New I plentiful, and whence the same are and power, such iis the electro-chemical and m(aallurgical piunts. already have divined the coniini; situation and are Hocking to the vicinity of potential sources capable of providing adequately for not only their present needs but for all possible future ' development. In this they are not forestalled nor incon-vcnl�nced by the enormous expansion' of the pulp and paper industry, which' finds its reciuislte tinibcrlands iliem-selves to be' the means of the conscr-, vatlon of immense supplies of water.' affording adequated, having at the same time the lands suited to diversified itsri-!culture, by which a greatly increas-e world. New York. June 7.-Jeremiah O'Leary, Irish leader, and five othero. IncludinQ (Vl,id.-ime M.trie K. De Vlctorlca. were indicted by the Federal grand jury todny, charged with treaoon. They are accused of actlna r.s apies for the Genvian government. The others Indicted are -Albert Paul Fricke, aald to be a Mount Vernon manufacturer; Wlllard J. Robinson, Karl ^odlger dnd John T. Ryan, a prominent Buffalo politician. Madame Victoricn. Fricke, Robinson and Rodlner v/ere all in court and pleaded not quiHy-O'Leary and Ryan ,ire fugitives from justice. lARZANOF APES A CIEAT �- PRflOUGI Finest Dairy per lb..... Butter. 50c l-inest Ont.Trlo Cheese. per lb............. 32c Finest Tsble Margarine ,pcr lb......... 35c "Jello" Jelly Powderr, All flavours. Each ...... 10c Finest Cooking Onions, 5 lbs....................25c Finest Molassec. 2 lb. tin, per tin ............. 24c Standard f/Iall Vinegar, per bottle ............. 25c Popping Corn, per lb.......................... 23c Finest Egyptian Lentils, per lb...... Cooking Qreen Peas, 2 lbs.......... CHlifornia Lim,t Beans. 2 lbs....... Finest Buckeye Brand Corn Meal, 5 Dominion Corn Flakes, 3 pkts...... lbs. 20c 35c 45c 45c 36c Deliveries Every Hour Phone 3 1 3 50.000 HOMELESS Amsterdam, June 7.-Fifty thousand persons arc homeless as the result of a fire nt Stambul, the Mohammaden section of Constan-tinoDie. which devastated the whole eastern part of the Sultan Selim auarter, according to the semi-official Nord Deutsche All-aemclne Zeitung of Borlin. Buildings on both sides of the Mosque In that district were destroyed but the Mosque was spared. Tlii-i work, partly for the nature of the new art. partly from llic ojjpusi-lion aroused. Ii;ia excited keener cnr-iosiiy than any oilier offering of lliirt i-u['renl sca.soii. and the extraiirdinary j ndvancp shIc indicates tlial llii' play- largo eager All the wild beii.-us of the African junBlo romped ovit ih:\ stTneii last night at the motion picture prnsenla-lion of Edgar Rico iturroughs' "Tai'zaii of the Apos." at thv- i-;iiipress Theatre. Its chief claim to aticntion is tlie roallstic magnlficenci- of its setting-it Is said to fiave cosi S:;oo.000 to pre-j What (he Press Agents Say AT THE ORI'HETJM The film sensation, "Where Are .My pare---a]though thci.Ms ;ilso a luystery ; c|,i|,,,.e,,v-' will* be shown to ladies only ^t the Orpheum toiiiglit. This picture teaches a great moral lesson. It is aiiout the most daring I'iliu ever iiro-(luced. Tomorrow the picture will be shown to men only, at nlBlit. pared by an ol'i ('owl)oy cook wiio .^erveil ilin hirgcsl beans in captivity twice a day. The cook was an Imaginative person and Improvised paial-niile names fur his decoction.'!, and tlie menu piovidod such teiniitiug inor-si'i:^ as wild cat slew, moimtnlu lion roast and untamed mule steak. Reveille sounded at five o'clock every morning, lireakfast a half hour i later, and at six o'clock everyone was scones for : 0" the field ready for acilon. "A .Modern .Muskeienr." the .-Vrtoraft Kairbankn lilil not overlook any n( piciure .-ihown at Siarland tonlgiit and the high cliffs In staging his thrillers, tomorrow, liouglas l^'airhanks and hi? i and his admirers will see him In new company of fifty people spent two land sensational stunts. Marjorii! weeks in the Crand Canyon in Ari-I|>aw, who i.=i very sweet and yoting. zona, and then \vi>nl to the Canyon dii makes her first appearance playing op-Cheliey. ninety miles liy pack mule posite Fairl)ank�. Tlie l)aiance of tine rrom Gallup. .\'. .M. - ca:-^l include.s i'"rank Campeau. Knili- Here the l''airl)aiik.- : .;. .;..;. ^. .> ? ? ? ? ? ? DENOUNCE GERMAN AGGRESSION New York, June 7.-German aggression in tho east was denounced and recognition of the' Russian Soviet republic favored in a rnsolutton adopted today by delegations repre-senting various riussian border nationalities in planning for II ".lustlee for llussia," dom-onstriUion here next Tuesday. i * .> ;< ; ;< ; ;� :� MAJESTIC Tonight at 8.30 (And Twice Saturday, 2.30 and 8,30) W. CRANSTON PRESENTS D. W. GRIFFITH'S MIGHTY SPECTACLE Ir- OF A i 1 Orchestra and Effects PRICESj.- NIghU........... 75c, SOc, 2Sc Sat. Matinee ,..... SOc and 26c Regina. June 7.-All the flour mijls of Western Cnnada are now grinding white corn flour and oat flour, following arrangements completed with the Canada food board. The board has also arranged with the millers and several elevator companies tor tho distribution of these flours throughout the western provinces. Prices tor oat flour have been fixed at $9.80 a barrel; ?4.90 tor 9S pounds; ?2.50 tor 49 pounds, and J1.20 for 24 pounds at the prevailing price of oate. The price for ^yhito corn flour can not bo fixed , because of the fltifctua-lions in the corn market, but will be' praetKially on the basis on stand flour. The mills will grind and market white corn flour at two per cent more than the cost of production. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Douglas Fairbanks IN A Modern Musketeer" His Latest Artcraft Picture. TONIGHT ONLY ^TATTY" ARBUCKLE IN "A COUNTRY HERO Tills Is so good that wo are holding It an extra day. , ? ? ? ? ? M Commerce Branch United Farmers of Alberta ARE HOLDING A Monster Dance In J. Weigand's Barp Commerce on Fri. Nighty June 14 THIS WILL BE ONE OF THE BEST DANCESCtoF THE., i ' 8EA80N. DUNNINC'S ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE. Admission to Dance Hall & Supper, Gentlemen $1.50 ORPHEUM THEATRE THREE WEEKS COMMENCING MONDAY, JUNE 10 - The - .ondonian Belles In Up-to-Date Musical Comedy CMART OONGS DAINTY ANCES GORGEOUS OWNS CAPTIVATING HORUS oat ^ rm TARZAN OF THE APES WAS READY "^fi^ , TO DEFEND HER WITH HIS LIFE yf ^ AT THE EMPR ESS TONIGHT RMPRESS TONIGHT ONLY Prices 35c and 15r The Most SUipendous, Amazing Film History. l^roduction in Inc ^-Torld's TARZAN of the APES' FROM THE^ ORIGINAL STORY BY EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS OT^^^ TARZAN'S STRUGGLE'WITH THE LION-THE Ik ELEPHANT RAID ON CANNIBAL VILLAGE- �7j BATTLE BETWEEN AN APE AND GORILLA- � mmum ABDUCTION OF THE WHITE GIRL BY APES. Tho ^lost Stupendous, ^Amazing l^ilni Production in the World's History With ELMO LINCOLN-ENID MARKEY And l.UOd others-Pfoduced in the wildest' jungles of Bra-zil r.t a eo.sl of r.?OO,t)0O. .Staged with wild lions, tlgets. elephants, hahoons, apes and cunw'.hals. \i. is away from any them �� heretofore ctneelved, and lic-Uiix. fully protected preeludo^i �the possliiility of duplication. Lions, Tigers, Panthers, Wild Boars and Apes Slain Before the Camera. 1,000 Native Tribesmen, 200 Real Arabs. - SATURDAY ONLY DOUGLAS FAIREf^KS in "DOUBLE TROUBLE'' ANDlA|KEVSTOiilE COMEDY CITAXGl': OF 1']{oti i{A ^[ TWi cV. \\ V.kia'-"nionday AND TlIl'liSDAY OPENING BILL-MON., TUES., AND WEDNESDAY "A Trip To Paris" A Production Full of Clean, Wholesome Comedy ORPHEUM "& TOMORROW PRICES: MATINEES 35c. EVENINGS, ADULTS, SOc rm TONIGHT-Showing for LADIES ONLY ALL LETHBRIDGE LADIES SHOULD SEE DARING BIRTH F1LM.T0NIGHT. ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY "Where Are My Children?" TOMORROW: MATINEE FOR LADIES NIGHT-MEN ONLY,' 2357 3835 475155 ;