Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1911 r THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Published by the Lethbrida� Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at Its offlee. Sixth St., Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN-Managing Director T. W. QUAYLE-Managing Editor JOHN TOURANCE-Business Manager PHONE: PHONE: EditorlaJ, Reportorlal and News Department 12 2 4 Advtrtlaina, Circulation and Job Departments 12 5 2 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 vear. delivered .................... $4.00 1 year, by mail ...................... $3.00 t; mouths, delivered .................. $2.00 6 months, by mall ............. ...... $1.50 3 months, delivered .................. $1-00 3 months, by mail.....................75 1 mouth, delhrcved ..................35 ] month, by mat! ......................25 .viidresses rb.insed *s often as desired, but both r.cw and oUi nddresses must be given. THE Lethbridge-Red Cross Drug &. Book Store; J. O. Robertson & Co.; Jackson & Co.; Alexandra Hotel; People's Drug Store; Kenny a XWin; Lethbridge Hotel Cigar Stand, Diamond City-^Dr. DArc. Medicine Hat - Asslnibola Hotel. Macleod-A. D. Ferguson. DAILY HERALD FOR SALE Cranbrook-Beattfe & -Murphy Co.; Cranbrot* Book Company. Ednlonton-Provincial News Company. Pincher Crsek-Dr. -McCrea; Mitchell Drug Co. raber-Westlake Bros. Vancouver-The ^nde World News Co.; News Shop, 445 Qranwell Street. Spokane-Jamieson News Co. 705 River Side Avenue. AT Grassy Lalini. if Ihc speecli of the Finance Minister, Hon. \Y. T. While on Tuesday, is an indication of government pohcy, and there is no doubt that lie was speaking from the book. Mr. White thinks that to give the farmers any measure of relief would be at the expense of the manufacturers, aiul Ills government was not prepared to GRANT, MOIR & CO. Phone 1528 ' 8 Stafford Block, Opposite Dallas Hotel CP. R. Achievement The turning out of ten steel freight cars a day and from eight to ten steel ' passenger cars a month Is the capacity of the latest addition to the Angus shops,. operated by the C. P. R., at (Montreal. The new buildings for the construction of steel cars are now operating in full blast and already over one hundred freight cars have been added to the Canadian Pacific railway's rolling stock. Officials of the railway express appreciation ae to the manner In which the new manufacturing equipment has been placed. In. the month of April worlc was started on the buildings, and in the record breaking period of five months everything was completed and the first steel freight cair turned out. By the end of September, the sixth month, sixty-eight, cars started in as freight ^arrlers between the Pacific and the Atlantic oceans. The buildings consist of two structures 100 feet by 200 feet and 100 feot by 182 feet respectively for the manufacturing of. both classea of cars, a building 72 feet by 406 feet for the exclusive manuftc-tu-re of freight cars, and four buildings 226 f�et by 208 feet for passenger car work. , The blacksmith shop, wood mill, and wooden freight car shop previously used in the manufacture of wooden ' cars and which had the capacity of \ turning out thirty-two cars a day, will be utilized in the work of steel car ' conslTuctlon. The only change to be ; made will be the affording of more ; space in the blacksmith shop for the ' huge presses and machinery required ' for steel constnictlon. A new bolt-nut and rivet shop was constructed to which all this class of machinery '; could be moved. The shop, which is I 60 feet by 420 teet, will enable this ' class to tie handled In the moat convenient manner. MACLEOD COUNCIL DID THE RIGHT STiT Decided to Stand by Board of Trade and the Hospital Board Board of Trade and after outlining the Board's policy for the coming year which included the reteotion ol the Industrial Commissioner, he asked that the regular monthly grant be continued, and announced that he would answer any questions regarding the work of the Board of Trade. "rhe question of the nature of the contract held by Industrial Commis-srloner Moflatt was then taken.up and Messrs. Allen and Fawcett both agreed that no matter what the contract, Mr. Moflatt would not have left a good position in the East un- Stock Insurance Now is the time to place insurance on your Horses and Cattle-Your ValuableHorses and Brood Mares Protect yourself by insnrinc: them asrainst accident or disease. Agents for the: GENERAL ANIMALS' INSLliANCE CO., Of Canada Alberta Loan & Investment Co. 416 5th Ht. S. Lethbridge leas it was on the assumption that i The discussion of the bond deal he was to be engaged for a year. | followed and at its close it was mov-On motion then, of Messrs. Hilliard � ed by Swinnerton arid Hilliard that and Bryan, it was decided that the ; the time of securing discounts on wa-grant of $200 a month be given to ! ter and light ho extended fi'om tho the Board of Trade until the thirtiotii' first to the seventeenth of tlie- month. of April, 1914._This motion cari:Ied unanimously. Macleod, Jan. 20.~The granting of $300 a month to the Hospital and of $200i a month to the Board of Trade for the next four months anyway was the outstanding featura of the regu^ lar meeting of the town, council held in the town hall last night. . Betides the delegation of three from th� bos- i pital there were about twenty of the \ members of the Board of Trade-rep- ! resenting the business and profession- i al life of Macleod-on hand to ask the council to provide funds sulTicient for ' the continuance of the Publicity Com- i missioner's work. President Allen spoke for the Hoard of Trade and succeeded almost at once in getting the council to continue the grant tor at least tho next four months in th? hope that by that time conditions might have changed to such an !x- i tent as to warrant the most econom- i ical members of tlie council giving their consent to spend " little money ' in the interests of the town. Mr. A. H. Allen spoke lor the Farmers of Alberta We give you a cordial invitation to call at our office while you are in our city, and let us show you the opportunity presented YOU now to advance your interests in many ways tlirougli becoming a shareholder in Delanys Limited The Pioneer Packing Plant of Southern Alberta. It has more attrac-ive features than any other project ever presented to YOU in this country. Mitford and Company 405 5th Street South.