Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wcdnegilny, August 23, 191Jt TTTF, DAILY MACHINERY WE FOB PKOMPT SHIPMENT: Two new Portable Loco. Type Bollen, 15 H. P., 90 Ibs. iteim work- ing pressure, Albert! Inipectlon. One Second Hand Loco Type Boiler, 35 H. P., 90 Ibi. steam work- Ing Brltlih Columbia Inspection. Contractor's Double Drum Holstlno, Engine, 7 1-2 In. x 10 In. cylinders, 25 H. P., Alberta Inspection, only used three months. One H. H. P., 10 H. P., 14 H. P., 25 H. P.', and 40 H.P., New High Speed Horizontal Stationary Steam Engines. Hand Stejm Engine 14 in. x 14 In. x 150 H. P., recently overhauled, good condition. Steam Pump 4 1-2 In. x 2 3-4 In. x 4 In. Steam Pump 5 1-4 In. x 3 1-2 In. x 5 In. Automatic High SpeedlEngine direct connected to a new 50. K. W. A. C. Generator, 2300 Volts, complete with.switchboard and exciter, capacity 800 16-C.P. Incandescent Lights. Christy Box Car Loader, complete with 50 K. p. 220 volts D. C. Motor. 12 in. Hadfleld Steel Mine Car Wheels, complete with Axles. Camp Outfit for 45 men, Including cooking stoves and utohsils, dishes, etc., also tools and equipment. FOR PRICE AND FULL If you have any machinery in good working condition which you wish to dispose of, we can sell same. Send us particulars. Will also be pleased to quote prices for new machinery for shlp- ment from factory J. B. TURNEY CO. HULL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 755 Mine, Mill, Contractors' and Builders' Supplies Iron and Steel. Heavy Hardware. Machinery, Etc. GOODEVE HAD MEETING AT MICHEL Miners Favor Reciprocity and Oppose Restrict- ed Trade (Special to the Kern in. Aug. first political meeting iti the !Jass district, lictd at Michel last night, in the interest of A. S.' Goodeve, the antircei- j procity candidate for the riding, brought out a house full of people to I listen to the voluble speaker expound his reasons for opposing reciprocity. Michel is very-'quiet just now, no j work in the mines and miners with- out work, having nothing to do and no other place to go for entertain- ment, filied the hall to its capacity, hut they went away as wise as they lea me, so far as any additional knowl- upon the one issue before the io (i party which has been so foolish as to raise such a cry, after having advocated the same measure they ate opposing, over since it jius istcd as a'jmrty. iTRICT NEWS ILI8MERE Eltiamere, Aug. A. Stlrn has gone to. Taber to take contract Li U If 1JLJ Li BUILDING SUPPLIES "We Are The People Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co, Yards Westminster Road and C.P.R. Office; Acadia Block 423 Three 323 523 voters is concerned. Mr. Goodeve was not so ragingly rampant about it he danger of annexation ami the loss of loyalty, sure to result from an endorsement of the trade pact, while talking to a house full of people who are idle, principally because the mar- ket for the product of the mines is handicapped by duties which restrict the sale of coal and coko. Operators tell the. miner when he wants an increase of wages that the received for the product of their labor does not justify a raise, and so the mines are idle. To talk io these people about the evils of an unrestricted trade in what they Sieve to..sell, and of the beauties of high duties upon what they have to buy, was a hard task for the champion of restriction in the interest Of loyalty and although he had lois of hearers, if is certain that.-, he will have Few followers when it comes to casting ballots on the 21st of .September. These miners are watching with iworc than usual the pro- [gress of this fight for the lessening j of the duty on coal, and the entire removal of the duty on coke, which, if successful on the 21st of Septcm- an 'additional 8 cents '-a1 ton on coal to the operator, and a much wider market for the coke, which is now penalized by 9ft cents a ton. It is not impossible that, the .ten- acity with which the miners arc hold- ing out for better wages is inspired by this political situation, inasmuch as if they were to accept the present for J. McKinnon of thitt town. Our school teacher, Mr. D. L. Mar- lln nai tendered .his resignation UK leacher of the Ellismcre S. U. to take effect October, Int. Ho has caught ;iie homestead fever. We are sorry ,o lose him but wish him. success at lomeslcading. W. A. Dlckson had the mlsfor- une a nice yearling colt so' >adly cut in the wire that it had to j'e killed tho first of the week. '.It Is reported that Mr. Wm. Orr s gone to Lethbridge to make proof li his claim. Mrs. Johnson has just returned af- er taking-Mr. Johnson where he ex- pectH to put in tho remainder oC the season harvesting. Our ch.urch services held every 2nd Sunday evening are very well attend- ed, people come from five or six miles around, Mr, Snider was to commence cut- ij ting grain this week but decided not to start Tor the grain is too green The farmwa are all very anxious to start cutting grain on account of the hail. Mrs. Dores was a caller at Mrs. J. M. Braziers T.uesday last. She re ports very good succes in collectin; funds for the'school organ. B. Bullock, mine owner and large fanner of Taber and Cardston, autoed out this week and lunched with Mr. and Mrs, McBrayne. He states that the Taber district has had a very large rain a few days ago, enough to make bad roading for his machine. Air. Bullock has seven binders at work on 1000 acres of fall wheat at Card- stpn which he says will go fifty bush- els to tlip acre He was very favoiab- ly impressed with this district and thinks we would have not much to, desire when we get that railroad j which the South Alberta Land Co., are supposed to build. Mr. Alex Parke has been cancelled, but we have no doubt thai he will soon show us that'he can farm. Mr. Sam, Jas. and Jas jr., Parke arc on n business Tabor this week. Mr. A. W. "Williams is away to Taber this weok. AUTOMOBILES fl We wish to call the attention of visitors to the Fair that we have on hand a full line of the famous- EM.F. SOCars And will be pleased to give a demonstration to the prospective buyers. i We invite you to call and examine our Garage and repair shop. Also the full line of Accessories we have on hand. Anticipating a demand we have put in a very large stock of tires and tubes in all sizes and do not forget that all tires purchased from us are placed on your car FREE OF CHARGE. ELLISON GUESSING CONTEST AT THEIR FAIR EXHIBIT At the exhibit at the fair the Bill-' 'Milling: Co. has a large sack oi Hour in connection with which c guessing contest is being, conducted H is attracting a good deal of atten-- (ion and .the company gives every- body an opportunity having a guess. A valuable prize is given the party making the closest iguess. AGED MAN SUICIDES Smiths Falls, Ont., Aug. Wilton, aged 84 years, commit ted suicide at his boarding house hen yesterday by hanging himself wit] leather straps attached (o the bci post He had formed the straps fnt noose about his neck and thei propped from the bed. it IB said the suicide is the outcome of. a love af offer of the operators and sign an agreement before the new rates should he adopted, the operators would receive thc'entire benefit SUNDIAL HAPPENINGS Sundial, Aug. Mr. -Dixou, of the N, W. M. P. police is stationed at Sundial at C. 13. Ingrain's. The Flannagan Bros, have ijuit work atM'.-B. EvansV Mr. Griffin has started discing for C.- S. Noble in the circle fin'ci. Ho also has se-veral men engaged in pick-] fhg mustard. rS'Oeo. Hill Sr., find Mrs. J flu B. G. Gunn called at Engens on Fri- raise. To talk against reciprocity in a community where these things enter iso largely into the -wages of. the workman, and where practically all the food stuff used, is shipped into the district mirier a protection duty, Lethbridge, Monday, August 28 Afternoon and Night NOW >THE EXHIBITION III THE WORLD BIG6SHO.WS IN tf ON SI2 IZI EVERYTHING NEW THIS YEAR BUT THE TITLE WILL POSITIVELY BHIIIT TWICE DAILY AT 2 AND 8 P. M, BO Big Feature 2 ELEPHANTS IOO Beautiful Shetland EXTRA! ADDED! EXTRA! AftiiMll etrrlfd snr f hsu ll mw l> tnr. wHh BUM. NIW IBSSRS FREE STREET PARADE Which POSITIVELY rain fthim. A, M., Show Day A MILK OF OOL.O AND OPCN POM (N-tptCTlON Or MtNAGtftlf AT 1 AND T P.M. 1 MOUN thus raising the cost to the wage- earner, is a severe, strain upon the versatility of even such a volubie and fluent a speaker as Mr. Gooeve, and though he was listened to with re- spect, he made no converts to tho theory that the miner must tax him- self both ways in order to keep him- self loyal, and oTit of being annexed to some oilier country. At the close of Mr. Gooricvc's re- marks an' opportunity was given to any one in the audience lo ask ques- tions, hut the proclivity of those Mi- chel miners--, to ask questions which were hard to answer, decided the cluiirman to close Hie itieeting with God Save the King, in order to save his political king further trouble. Three chrcrs for the candidate was Siveir by the Faithful ones and the meeting day. Mr. A. P. Rose is busy these days 'building a water tank for Mr. n. f the j Air. U. Crinion and G. L. Cacket. i brought out Mr. Crinlon's threshing outfit. Mr. Herb. Rob.ner Is on the sick list j Miss Cook is visiting her cousin, j MrH. B. Biirkinham. services in the Sundial j school oh August 27th. Everybody i x OVERLAND MODEL 5! WITH FORE DOORS The 1912 specifications for the E. M. P. 30 and Ovcrknd have .arrived, and this literature can bo had for the asking at.cither the .garage or on the Fair Grounds. GASOLINE AND OJLS supply of gasoline and oils always on hand. "Wo arc not overlooking- anything that wo think will be necessary 'to (Tie comfort of autonlobiJists. MAKE OUR GARAGE YOUR HEADQUARTERS Prompt attention given to orders for accessories received by wire or mail. Electric vulcanizing'a specialty. Western Auto Company 311 llth ST. SOUTH PHONE 1454 Tin's end of the, Koolcnny district iK'ontroverlably in favor of reci- procity niHl Mr. Goodeve is wasting his swpct-carrolling for voles upon a more limn desert air while talking Io the voters here. The single issue of reciprocity. Forced upon the gov- ernment by Mr. Bonlen and his fol- lowers through obstructive tactics, Is the one issue upon which jhc people of the entire Crow's Nest Pass can unite, rognrdlcss of political issues.of im- hind, and the lack of enthusiasm ind organization in the Conservative camp is an ominous indication of wlmt Mr. Gnndrvc may rvjisct at the end of what will prove to bo a one ssue campaign and a one-silled ver- dict. ..The example of voting as one's own judgment dictates, of party affiliations, is being and (he party that was so unwise as! to force an election upon such an JHSUP wiili no argument repl loyalty Io depend upon, will find .Norwegian, Lutheran services In Kasimcr school house on Sunday, Aug. 27th at H a. m., by Rev. Anderson. Everybody welcome. Mr. Simeon Thwaitc was caller on Vince is busy building a granary j !or C. B. Ingrain. Mrs. Clara Elgin is expected from I Tuisa, Okla., where she has spent the j pa fit few inonths visiting. j Eight six horse teams came out from j Iftber on They were going up on tho irriga- tion ditch. Miss Carrie Ooin called on Miss P. Ingram on Fridny. Several of the S.uiulial people li Wright, on Wednesday, August 16, a son. V. H. Wright is away at Cay ley at- tending oistriet mooting of the Metho- dist church. The EnwortVi League will hold Citizenship meeting, on Tuesday. Mr. Harry Krichner will preside and K. Al. Sherk will read a paper. Messrs. Hanson and Uaker are over- WtMtaesday with lumber. Jbnnllng their threshing, rig and will start work in about ten days. If you want good coal come to Cham- pion, we liflVf; It, yo.u want it., The rain interfered a little with .the lervice on Sunday, hut. there was a tj and next week they crowd out-. Tho pastor preached all will he at it, as the grain is ripen ng very fast. Sat-1 hit (VIlipr< irday and we hear ihat quite a bit on the Little How near.7. M. Williams nit have not heard how much damage was done. Mr. and Mrs. Dorchuck and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luco. CHAMPION NEWS Champion, Aug. the touch of the hail the other day, j on "Spiritual Courage.' G. N'eirson and J. H. Miller are the test storekeepers to paint up their premises. Tho town looks real smart and trim, The town is full of budding politi- cians who give free exhibitions of their knowledge of tariff and reciprocity to all. Percy Watson is getting in a big consignment of blasting powder. We shall soon need a mining supply store here.. the week for gasoline. They are 21.4 feet down and no water yet. If this weather continues the crop: will be ready for the binder next week. Mr. G. 0. Venesland Js in Lethbridge on business. Brothers are c.utting John Watchman's fall wheat, Mr. Carl Mogenson sold his place to Mr. George Foresman. We under- stand the price being an acre. Mr. P. F. Boldiic bought a threshing outfit and will do the thrtslllng a- round Barrhill and vicinity. Mr. S. Keller has moved to Albion Ridge. We .understand that- he has bought the place from Al. Welch. All the crops that" were hailed out n July are coming right to the front., j Mr. OlaC Venesland is building FATALLY INJURED BY JUMPING FROM TRAIN Port Arthur, Ont, Aug. ing from the blind baggage of a swiftly moving train on which they were stealing a ride, in order to avoid ar- rest on arrival at Port Arthur, may prove fatal to Andrew Sinclair and A. A. Kendricks. When found on the tracks in the outskirts of'the city this morning, Sinclair's skull was crushed and doctors declare him dying. Kendrick also badly injured, b.ut may recover. Both had been employ- tl by W. C. Woodsidc, at Pearl River s laborers. granary. He expects to geta.bigyjeld this year. Win tori Bros, arc also building a granary. H. lumbermen are asking :Ucr freight rnlcstnvcr the C. P the prairies. TUG BURNED AT SARNIA MAN Ont., Aug. tin WiiiBlow of the Reid Dredging Co., Manila, was burned to the waterV edge early this morning while cross 'Meldrum Hay on its way to for jueorgian Bay._ One of the members R. i of the crow was badly injured. Thi 'loss is that thrrr lovnltv In lot of dis- conlend willi. not rtis- j Moat of the schools round Champion are witho.tit teachers just now. The; seems a dearth of youthful knowledge producers. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller were visitors at the home of their oarents sn arm, that will keep him laid Sunday !or a while. Cutting is in full swing now and the prairie is studded with shocks of golden grain. but lio great damage was done. But for awhile we were a bit scared. Fred Button had a narrow escape (his week, his engine backed up on him unawares. The result a brok- on j BARNHILL airs. Win tori has been on tho sick! B. J. Quick, of Monarch; fs in (own list for n week but is improving new. j looking over business He flight Io the loth her condition waa 1 cxpeets Io locate here In the near low they had to send for Dr. j c- j WallwJuk from Barons nt an early j Our photographer, Sid Baker, In the morning, and for two of! lo Lethbridge on Thursday. tho neighboring: ladies, Mrs. ladles' iild meets this week nil field and Mrs. Xale, when Dr. Wallwln I ho homo of Mrs. Huo, It'will be a'arrived, he paid her troubles camel work meeting in preparation for ihc loyalty to (he country, hut disloyally -Mr. and Mrs. Wallace from congested bowels. The government woll driller made a trip to LelhbridBe the first part of AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHED! We Print OH Postcards 01- per doz. Films per roll. Enlargements Made All Work and Material Guaranteed. We carry the largttt and mint up-to-date stock of Photographic In Southern The British Colonial Photographic Co. Commercial Photographers, Importers and Coalers In Supplies. SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA.