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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LttHMJJJAt, JU.LV M 4 4> H M M M J J ARTtOLE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING CO 4 4. JThere may bii a difference of-opLnr, Throughout the whole of the im- C., j ion as to the wisdom of drinking building from the door where but among those who drink beet tne barley Js taken in to the door there is.no difference of opinion re- where the beer is shipped everything ftrding ;the wisdom of drinking good' ig as as possible and the ..beer. -AH: persons, whether, interest-! that comes from this establish ed directly or not in the product of any establishment are interested in the growth or a great industry. And no industry., perhaps, .shows the re suit of the grtat influx of population better than docs the business of the Lethhridge Brewing anil Malting Co., of this city. years ago Fritz Sick canie to this city from Fuft Stew where he had sold :out. his and proceeded to erect one here.' He purchased land; the .present site and built, a small that is, small compared with the present great build- ing. The old .building which served for several years is now the malt bouse.- After three years of success ful operation Mr. Sick decided that the splendid opportunities coming his way demanded more capital ,and a large brewery. Accordingly 'in-1904 a company was Incorporated as ;the Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co., Limited, with a stock 6t all of which 'has since bacn paid up. The capital put in. was nearly all invested by localparties. Enlarging Plant years ago active operations were commenced, for the enlargement ojv; the plant. Plans-were, adopted that wUl mean an {ultimate ture of but have not all been completed. However, dur- ing, the past, year .alone over one ran a sixtiSea-> pjwer electric motor, whioli the whole two toru> in half an hour. It is then put through a Columbia mill which tskeg out all the ;sprouts and dust. From this jnachine; it dumps into a siide and Is elevated to an immense hopper holding four- brews or eight tons of malt. From here it is weighed by an au- tomatic sculc v'hich dumps it into the mash. He.ve it is mixed with water at a certain degree of heat. The fluid is thW drained off and i- it; the to tlw final v There are two large 1 tnnko for the bter to be tjiurs for the draught beer. The frcni '-be chip tanks is I'-os-j kept under pressure fiv.1 vctfka before being sold. arc air tight and the foriiMiHon f thij car- bonic.acid gat prorfcks tin; pn ssurt To withstand 'priat.su n; the tank- are built very indeed and boiled in the. huge ,-ioppfir kcttVo huTC n capacity ol hundred hundred thousand dollars Has been spent in buildings and machinery, besides fifteen thousand expended in. erecting warehouses at outside points. These branches are located at Medicine Hat, Regiria, Weyhuni; Sask., The plant as it is at present is val ucd at about two hundred thousand dollars. The .present building- is of solid is one hundred and twen- ty-Sve feet square and a portion o it is four stories" high. The company's next wil be the installation-oi for a'le and por ter, and it is tlic'ir: intention to p'u in a malting plant that will be ca pable of- using all..the barley in Southern and supply th malt to the British brew eries. ALJp_rescnt -the brewery require j tweet aril they had never In tho hop-cellar, there is a lar'ge ;upply ol hops vrjiicn are tne very best procurable. Mr. Sick imports them direct from Saz, Bohemia, which is the greatest hop market in the world. They cost him forty cents a pound by the time he gets them. Manufacture of Soft Drinks The soft drink manufacturing is carried in a separate department. All kinds of extracts are kept, the pure fruit extracts only being used. The water used is all distilled and is absolutely pure. A carbonator of tho. latest design is used and a bot tjing machine similar to but smaller than tht one for beer is used. All kinds of soft drinks are made but NOT BE THE BREWERY AS IT NOW APPEARS. thent is as pure as it is hurnanly possible to make it..- The process of the manufucutre.of the beer is very interesting. The lugeness of many parts of the ma- chinery, fthe intricacy of others, the refrigerator exactness with wliich everything is done, the speed of many operations and the. slow- ness of these arc reasons for decided interest on the part of ihosc whose knowledge of the manu fiteture of same done by leaving orders with Do not let the dishonest or unstrupu- i T1 Mr ber.t machinery and ia the: amount require ,s taken out, weigh- tested edf the revenue "paid .and the room the many experience of Mr.' lockwi np again. Sick in tbe manufacture of beer. L. M. JOHMSTONE Barrister Solicitor Office adjoining Union squared himself with the government the brewer has the malt taken to tho. grinding room, two tons of it, enongh for one brow, being put Bank, into tho immense hopper at, once. This qu.intity_is ground by a grinding THE HOK We Mean This Our stock is very large but should you not just what you are looking for ire can. have it in the next car arid land it in your cheaply than frcSKX source in Oanadh.. Keinomber tms TS EcoivJsny Store where you to get a. bargain on every article in the store THiMiin Fiiraitiiro P.n UIH I Ml H sr only above The floors .are of asphalt, and the walls which are two feet thick have a four inch cork insulation in the centre. The doors are airtight and the walls -and ceiling arc covcro-1 with coils of pipe belonging to the refrigerator .plant. On floor but m nnoUu-r room is the hot water tank, pi-rkrt ily insulated, aivj holding fuv thons and gallons of bailing water. Fermentation Passed After the period of fermentation has passed the beer ia taken t the immense storage tanks of whic! there are with a capacity- one hundred barrels each. Hvre i is kept a month or more and aUowe to settle ..more perfectly. Thi.-i which is also the shipping room, is The beer after ing bottled is pas- earized. Tho battles are" placed in large tank anil covered completely ver with water. After this reiitment the bivr wjll keep as long is wanted. Each bottle has two .labels, one on he body and the "ther on the neck. Phase are put on by a-special label- When you want a GOOD MEAL and want it in a hinry go the I Mterta Restaurant f Ice Cream Fresh Fruit Oliver Block Phone 228 PAY YOUR WATER RATES SERVANT WANTED A good general servant wanted. Ap- ply Mrs. A. B. Stafford, St. 790 SITUATION-WANTED By experienced engineer with 2nd class papers. Threshing oufit pre- ferred. Good references. F. C. Webs- rlnle, c-o G. C. McDonald, Room 6, Whitney Block. 180-5 The City Office will be open from 7 to 10 Satur- day evening for your con- venience. GEO. W. ROBINSON 182-B Sncv.-Treas. LOST Nickel case, open face watch, chain and charm attached. Lpst between the Windsor Hotel and Ott's Barber Shop Tuesday, July 14. Reward 'for return to 212 Baroness Road. 182 G Pork Commission kept cool with direct expansion am monia gas pipes. Before baing marketed :t to the largo chip tanks oc whirh there, arn Here by mean? of beech I chips, which have wombri ;l clnrifv- Jing power, tho boor i> [jmade ready for I From the chip tanks it is d j they come from the cleaner they ng machine mail' by the Economic Machinery Co.. is the oi its kind. Tt put.- labels on accur- ately, ami speedily in a most interest inp manner. The bottles ;NV thon packoxl -in and barn for shipment al- though a large liar. "full is always kept on hand. The cleansing i the returned vaska am} birttl-.- ss very thorough The bottles .ire iwshod ihoroughly anu then boilod m a strong soda so- lution for ton minutes. After a fresh water rinsing, th-y are put through another washer. The insides are pfili more cleansed by moans of rubber washors which aproad oul insuli- thff Douie fiiiing it cnmplotdy and r. ht the rato of five hundred n volutions a minu'te. After another rin-ing-they are ready WANTED Asittingot the PORK COMMIS- SION will be held in LETHBRIDGE WANTED At once for a client, to lease or purchase G or 3 lots in block close in. Apply E. T. McGregor, Post Office Block or Box 387. 132-2 The LoTbbnxig the travelling know the and public to WANTED Wanted tt-mporary holp for a day or two in cooking, diah washing and waiting on table. Apply at the Hub Cafe brtween 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. 182-0 WANTED to drive delivery wa- gon and make himself generally use- ful around a hardware "store.- Must have thorough knowledge .of the city and understand handling horses. Ap- to C. W. Gray. at 9.30 a.m. in BANDSMEN WANTED At once, ten reliable musicians for ihe Citizens Band. Local preferred. For further in- Huh Cafe is as and. up-to-date restaurant as there is in Alberta, and that strictly white help is employed. Gluwges moderate OLIVER HALL Any person having- lo give 11 upon the conditions surTm.nding the! write or call on and'j QeorgC Harper, of Mu- pronucts ,n tne 'Tince, s-i-; jCj Lethbridge, Alta. Phone No. I5G. {the or of Gov- ernmental establishment ;-i ance to a pork plaul cr for use again. The cleansing of the U tiMirii mi me Mne principle v j c Ibut on a muoli i argot scale. Whon with reference to the cost, capacity, plan of management and scope of op- oration thereof, or the best means of securing for the fcog raiser a fair price for his products in re quested to attend. E. Secretary DRESS MAKING Dressmaking by the day. Apply M. J. Schmitz, North Ward or iJox 2, Lethbridge. 1S36 WANTED Yonnp piil to help with housework. 621 iviui'n't trv. RESIGNS July no nas been in charge of the dtipartmout at the Man- itoba Agricultural college baa re signed. Carriage W. R. BROWN Pninter. Painter, Paper Hanpor, Wood Finishw, Etc. PHONE 75 ARQYLE ST. LOST rying bi-ll. Rianded on right side. Reward for return to Mike Ga- ko, Stafford, ;