Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, January 31,1913. THE LETHBklDGE DAILY Umalu Page 5 Russell-Knight Touring Model - $3250 Russell-Knight "28" Roadster Mddel - $3200 Russell-Knight Seven Passenger - $3500 F. O. B. Wbst-Toronto The Russell-Knight "28 ; The' appearance of the-Russell-Knight "28" is commanding. One's first and last impression of it is pleasing in every respect. The first and last thought about it is "I would like to own that car." ;, , You can see at a glance that the car was designed complete. It wasn't a case of fitting an old body design to a new chassis or vice versa. .. Our instructions to the Engineering Department were to -produce a car, new from the ground up. The Russell-Knight Engine is the most perfectly developed ."Knight type engine that has yet been built. It is four cylinder 4% bore by 5,^j in. stroke; the long stroke giving specially even pulling power,at slow'speeds. The left-hand Drive and centre control..leaves all four doors available.' One doesn't need to -go around in the mud or show to get into the car. This feature alone stamps the 'Russell-Knight as the most modern "of all cars. .... Force-Feed Lubrication. The system of lubrication is positive. It has been perfected and simplified.. The oil is strained three times after leaving the bearings before reaching the pump. Electric Lighting and' Self-Start-; Ing..,.The, Russell Electric Starter; is easily and simply operated -y dev^'oijs nositive efficiency under all circumstances. There is-a' combined electric lighting and self-star,ting dynamo and motor. This.;.in. connection with the storage-"battery in the car, riot only supplies power to start tho motor, but provides electricity to . keep the batteries charged and to light all the lamps on the car. The Dynamo is of the most improved type. The armature takes the place of the fly-wheel of the engine and on this ac- count it has not been necessary to add a single new bearing or a single new moving part,. nor any extra weight to the mechanism of the car. All five lamps . upon the car are electric. The switches are on a centralized control box. Magneto Ignition. iTh^etoigh' tension dual ignition system, which is entirely independent of.' the Self-Starting battery arid .motor generator, insures absolute efficiency at air speeds. The Clutch , is of .".'the multiple disc type arid is incorporated in the same casing as the- transmission, and forms a unit with it. It is proof against'burning and will engage and release without "grabbing'' or "slip ping." The .Rear Axle...T1he axle is of ' the; full floating type with roller bearings. It is not otily ample in strength fop the -car; but it . is silent in-operatiori:'- > Warmth for the Tonheau. a heating system has, .been "provided for the tonneau by utilizing the exhaust of the engine. This may be turned on .and off as" desired. The Tonneau Wind Shield is another exceptionally good feature ' for making winter riding comfortable. The Body Is of the Semi-Tor-^ pedo type. It is of full aluminum with all-rolled mouldings. There'isn't a single fixture or-part- visible upon it. The long sweeping lines make it particularly attractive. Canadian requirements have been fully considered. The front clearance from the ground Is 11% in., while that of the rear axle is 11 in. The running boards are free, from encumbrance; the tool-box. is placed under the driver's seat the spare rim is carried at the back of the car. The mud-guards are of attractive design and so fitted that *vieV nrotect the whole of the body from the splash of the wheels and from dust. The upholstery of the car makes for the extreme comfort of - the passengers. The upholstery is of the Turkish type and is exceptionally deep. .Tlree...- 3G x 4% in. Dunlop Traction tread, non-skid tires, provide , ample tiring and the . greatest insurance of safety and of convenience. The Power Tire Pump enables the driver, to inflate the tires, with no more physical effort than making the hose connection. The comfort of passengers has been further provided for by unusually wide and long springs, 37 x 2% in:, semi-elliptic front and 6G x 2% in. three-quarter. scroll elliptic springs, rear. A catalogue or any additional information will be gladly supplied by any of the branches or agents. Agents Russell Motor Car Co. Ltd. Calgary RUSSELL MOTOR CAR Co., Limited ur-*-> OFFICE AND FACTORY: WEST TORONTO Branches at Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Calgary, i Vancouver, Melbourne, Australia. 1Th� Big'UTOK Boss ~ . ' ' PAWED 3Y~~. ' the, cel^brate-p OVfJ^A. Hugh Gt/T'rjRiEj.K.c.M.p.. ' , (citizen), pen AftD ink Art-' Cartoonist lyidyer's view of 'some of the opinions of cjther. people'"abo'u,t;prominent statesmen or Canada'. - BRoTHERiy i,OVE-c o*rrx:rauTBX> By. � Jr/he, Brotherhood of Rau,w>w GOVERNMENT WILL HELP THE F Delegation to Edmonton Yesteiday Were Greatly Pleased with Reception DRAFT A BILL Mr. Fream arid Two Ministers Will Draw Up the Necessary Legislation (Special; to The Herald.) Edmonton, Jan. 30.-A committee, consisting of Edward J. Fream, hon. secretary andquestions, and we are satisfied� that we are at las> on the road to get something done." All Were. Plaastd President Treglllus,, of Calgary First Vice-President-JCiuineey, of Bar ons� -Second - Vice-President Carswel o-f Red Deer, and Director George Be' ington, of.vEdmonton,", also Bpoke ver enthusiastically of the m/mner i which their claims had been recelvc by the "government, and" the outcoir of their meeting. "Thegovernme: showed much inter.est'atfd sympathy raid Mr. Tregillus, "and we belle-,that- very satisfactory legislation w' result." ' ' : All the members of the Cabinet, with the exception of Hon. Duncan Marshall, Minister of Agriculture, and Hon. C. R. Mitchell, Minister of Public Works, who are out of the city, were present at the meeting when the delegation of the U. F. A. made their wants known. Briefly, their request was that the government grant a charter for an Alberta co-operative elevator company, which company will erect elevators wherever it can get a local unit of the company, composed of farmers in different districts to take stock, the government to advance 75 per cent, of the cost of the elevator to be secured � by twenty-year mortgage, repayable in. annual instalments with interest. ' ' That this will meet the demands of the farmers was evident from the statements of the members of the executive after the delegation had left the Parliament buildings. "The way things are shaping up now, everything will be satisfactory," said Mr. Fream; and when asked .if tlie request made by the delegation would satisfy the demands of the United Farmers of Alberta, Secretary Moodhridge also replied that it would. "Sure, it 'will," he said. "The United Farmers put up that proposal and if it is granted, it will be satisfactory to the U. F. A. We are well satisfied with out progress so far, and are confident that some satisfactory legislation can be drawn up by the committee." Mr. Woodbridge also pointed out that the legislation proposed would be an improvement on the Saskatchewan legislation, which was first asked for by the U. F. A. What U. F. A. Desire Mr. Fream also stated that legislation based oh the demand made by the delegation would be satisfactory to the United Farmers of Alberta. "As far as I can say at the present time it will," he said. "We will get together and after we have completed our'work, will report back to all the parties interested, and from the way things ere shaping up now, every-hing will be very satisfactory." Premier-Sifton was also interview-:d last night, and asked for a state nent regarding the matter. "The iositi'on''Of the government is plain," re said. "The government is favor-bla- to assisting the construction of armers' elevators, with proper preparations to see that the control does lot pass out of the .hands, of the farm rs of Alberta. A committee of , two (embers of the' government has been ppointed to act with Mr. Fream, and ' as been authorised to engage the ser-ices of A. G. McKay, at the expense f the government, to try arid,crystal % their ideas into--an, act which will roperly safeguard both the money TA the rights of-;, the , iaririers; and 'is legislation will be presented at je next session of the> legislature.'' EVERYTHING IS BOOMING AT MACLEOD Town Guarantees $26 Power-Factories Looking for Sites-Clever Girl Wins Medal . Macleod, Jan. 30.-The' young iwn's dance Tuesday was a great success. The; floor was in fine shape,'and the music, could not have been tetter. It was the dance of the season. Mrs. W. M.. Campbell took charge for ,.. the hoys.. �Acting Mayor and Council have cheered up lately. They expect to have plenty of money in a few weeks, and will go ahead with:the improvements^ The principal work for this year, will he the trunk line sewer, sewer disposal plant, completion of tlfe 'filtration plant, which was* half built 'when the cold weather stopped' the work. During the visit of the governor-general last yeary His Royal High-ness-promised a medal for the pupil having,; th^ highest standing during the year!-JOn examination the principal reported to the school board, -which/in-. turn reporte.l to Lieut.-Gov. Bu'lyea, with the result that Principal. Watt was honored in handing to ,.Bessie 'Gardiner a handsome gold medal, with portraits of the:r Royal Highnesses, Duke and Duchess of Con-naught, while the opposite side'displays the Royal Coat of Arms.. No name 'is on it. It was- accompanied by' a' letter from Lieut.-Governor Bill-, year. This letter, with, thc\tfriedal, was presented to Bess;e* Gardiner oh' ; Thursday,.'amid the cheers pf .the .teaclie.rs aid, pupils. '� ' Rev\ R; Boyle, pastor of the St. Andrew's church, Macleod,' announced last Sunday that'he is asking the Presbytery to relieve him of toe pastoral, work in Macleod.' This body �wiH. jwjejb, la Macleod on Feb; 25th. The annual meeting of St. Andrew's church was held Tuesday; evening.' The various-reports for the; year �w.etel received!'and fifed, and -the^^nevv, ma,h-* agers chosen. ,�_'"� . An.,,Oil, Co. Bias beenforganized^ta handle oil In Macleod, hotiitb&S-ho'ie'-for*-it. The capital is, SSd'.fjOO, a"^, Hi-aU subscribed by thre'e'ynen,>who ? "^Tyilh-wwaw the cp�pi�Muitta>y wiU; ���� - -> - erect two large tanks, with a capacity of 2,000 gallons each ; they will also handle all the-various lines of goods, such as grease; etc., and will be ready for operation early in the spring. The building permit will be taken out at once, and operations [or building commenced. Farmers are now talking ol holding a convention to select a. man to represent them at the next Provinci-jl^ election when held. They selected an independent candidate at the last election,..\who was .'independent 'until the close,-, of the spoils, but never since. They feel that they ars not propgrly represented,, as their man, on tiis arrival at Edmonton, - joined hands.- with his:party, the Conservaw tives. They will-now look for one who will at-least' take an interest in their Welfare: , . Macleod'town councilv,are'now in a! position, to'offer powers.to manufacturers at $20'.00 per. horse-power. Arrangements have been completed whereby they are now. in a position to make, this; offer, which is the .cheapest, (except Medicine Hat'),, of ! any 'town'or- city in,. Canada...-, .This 1 will place 'the; town^ on an eiual with all, aiid inferior- to none, as- a power selling corporation and the shipping facilities are already recognized. Applications are already being received for power; by somejPlaning Mill Co.; also a large Flour Milling Co., who Hat This is the Impetus:- Ji.P. Epstein of NeAv York to build 100 houses Calgarians will build..........100 houses E.B. Bennett, prominent business man.....................25 houses The Westover Park Syndicate . .. 25 houses Total number assured 250 Houses Add to this- $5,000,000 worth of Factories and Business Blocks and you have Some Impetus Our Property $13Q per Lot , See MITFORD & GO. DUMAS STREET, TRENTOX, ONTARIO The scene of the iOOO'fire.jWKich destroyed Sutcliffe & Son's dryrgoodi store and'J. J.; Haines'ljoot ad shoe Store. ., / / " � ? > *. ? ? ^.*.'> >*?*? LOFfiDS , DID THEIR " " EXPECTED STUNT j,'ll,o"ndofi,'i Jan, 30.-After a '"�to&r-daytSi'K discussion,, , the Hpuse of ^JOTds tdni'ght' rejected the Home- Rule bill, 326 to. 69. The result 'was a fore-, gone conclusion^ : - ' The ^speech?s'aroused little ' �interef^beoaua.'e'as'th� Earl of Halsbuvy'Pathetically observed, -Hne;. . : Progress is being made by'the. Calgary Brewing Co. on their xdld'storage plant; which they, ard- building on 14th street west. � .'�' ; ' Some very fine samples of brick and lire clay have ' been :. oxamined lately, and may lead to .a. Brick and potting plant being; established, if the material proves right.' � * Minute measurements of ball bearings on the axles of a Now Jersey trolley car that has travelled .about 150,000 miles in four- years showed that they hads resisted abrasion ,al-. most perfectly. -. ' , Those Old Songs' -TT I can not sing the. old songs, . Like "'Sally in Our Alley"; I dreamed I dweltin -marble halls; � I'm dreaming-now of Hallie. ,. i, By the blue Al-satian Mountains 'I'd lay me dcon and dee; Jennie, my own true love^ one, . Then youjll remember me. , Could you come back to me, Douglas, Douglas, Nevermore would I care to roam;.. . i" don't want to play in your yard; < . I was seeing Nellie home. , iS-feSft'i When first I eaw a^eeb-'Peggy^ ^t\. When the lights w.eje dini! a^nd low, Oh, laddie, was somehody's^arling,,^', No, sir! No, sir! jNoP Ul'.r <� V<" After the ball is over',/"' s. f' Deep sorrow fl^Is. my cup, Oh, I can't sing th� old songs- s I got them all mixed,up! ' 1 -rLlfe � 1 m W. I McKenzie & Co. Electrical Dealers And Contractors? Phone 637 706^3rd Avenue k Sii 'OUR SjJGCPSS yiNG&S,:} %$xmM ^N." GOO,D-WINES, AND SPIFUJS-. * j,i ''ft'