Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
iturday, July THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PageS Greatest Test on Record? Knight Engine vs. Poppet Elgi Since the A.C.A. Judges made their report on the Poppet Valve test and the comparison was made with the R. A. 0. Judge's report on the Knight Engine test, the el sum has been made by the inanufKCturers of the Poppet Valve engine Ilwt': theirs was the greatest engine test on Opinions vary as to this. submit very briefly the conditions of the two tests and rest content to abide by .the public's decision as to which was .more exhaustive. The Poppet' Valve .test continued for 300 hours. The test, four years ago, consisted of the following: '_ (1) 132 of running on the bench. (2) Fitting to Chutit -'and running miles on the Brooklands peed way with no adjustment, at a speed of 42 miles per hour.''' the engine again .on a tett bench and a fire continuous run to develop condition at that time.. (4) An entire dismantling of the engine to show amount of, wear as the result of .the test Take the'two peyforma'iices side .by the one a j.teady run on tke'berich" of.132 hours pn the miles 6f road audthbn a f and-a searching ex- of the parts; and'dn this, latteribasis. alone, be.-" lieve thei substantially_oir'a :.par.-.The rules of the'test laid llowii. for the Knig-hji.'.were, least 33 more the Poppet_Valve.' r -Tho reiplVenieiiU o( the Knight Test were that It should develop contiuuo'usly at. least 30% its ratcil-hofsepovermin other ,vidniif50.8 h. p. j'' V "J _ TUB requirements of. the Poppet that it should develop only.70% of 'As maximum which shown to be 44.9; or in other-words that It should run only develop-- irig'SOSi.bf rated IB 30.1 h.p.-, ifhe, different motors were; of the same capacity, asaur 'r, v- u'7 -1 a... i leas'lhan-'its I i r. i -.in A. J. ,ir. Bay; "should i- 'l-'i i .Knight .Engln'e to .its'highest'degree I! BRIDE-WHOSE LIFE WAS THREATENED Sir Joseph and Lady Ttchborne en their way from church after their marriage. -The day before this event Lady Tichborne, then Miss Grevllle, received a letter threatening her life if she married Sir Joseph. The writer was Miss Thereia.DougMy-Tichborne, daughter of the famous "claimant" for the tichbprne estates 50 years ago, when.'the trial.of the suit was tha sensation-of England for several months. 'The father of the pretent Sir Joseph'wis then'an Infant, and the claimant repreMnte'd himself as the uncle whom had thought as'lost at He served a term of 14 after'.the trial was over. Hfs daughtep( Mtss'Theresa was this week sent-to prison for six months for sending threatening letter to Mies Grevllfei'the bride-to-be. --f f :-3YHEAD- QjFFifiE FACT.ORY Branches at miltoiii-rjWinnipeg.'-.yaBco Melbourne, Australia Already Made for Intending-Delegates to the.' -irrigation f. ,p promlsts alions '.ol ady bobliT i i rty rooms been re-' ceived: One. of the largest parties is who has' re- served' rooms', 12 departmental men besides tie Letb- bridge" -ana com- prising'' four. iriijation' experts .from British Columbia-.his' booked at the composed of-Mr: Young', comptroller ol water records oil British Mr. Mitchell, an irrigation and SfcLeajV manager ot the. Co- Orchards Co., 'ol.'Sia- Dtckson, cof Kelowaa) of the.executive our. of Washington and has nformed'the local secretarj- that there will, bo a half dozen _ or more tto iirigation in- ierests of .those- slates and that Idaho will also have several 'Including the state's engi- and the .United States Dicnl'B chief, of. irrigation invcstiga- .ip'ns.i.'j; .The local'Committee.' the, arrangements' for ,t welfare' of the. visiting Mayor representing the.city, W. .C. Ives and Fred. representing the Board'61 .Trade, and I.I. Fairlield, representing govern- has' been ,'the.. executives as local Lre'asurcr.'of'.fhe association, and W: D. Finley'.as local Evan wai making h'is nightly bal- '-'iV i'' i. I THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED After exercise, a bottle of "ALBERTA'S No matter how hard you have played, no matter how tired and hot you may be, a bottk of "AlbCTU's Pride willp rove a reviyifier ofr energy cooling, BREWING -i i .Vii i J sore- :n ..j.'iras lULu. _ >'A motor car from rived on the'spot about tie.Hine'.they" 'was and crowd Did Big Buslnei't ..-Tbe South Alberta ri' their ,pf .t. drrt.cjrVof.hSf last o.-y., for' tie week'.'-Wal- minag'tr.-.ol yon'Creek IirJEalionf .Ke'l- 0., is also planning "to ai- and'he 'reports in'a letter that there are'many otb- irrigation .in.-Britr belt 1 g 'altcndingHhe. conven- contemplaUfl tion. v1-.-! The I.ethbridee liofei .has' de- signated 'at fhc official Wadquartcrs, have been It's the car with the dcrsvn keep. The Ford's surprisingly low first cost is matched by its low cost of jnaiiitenniico. And six thousand service stations all Eord repairs are to be had at reasonable prices in- sure its constant and oflioient service. Here's tue lest: 300.000' Fords now In service. Runabout fC75; Touring Car Town Car oqulpir.ent. (Jet catalogue and particulars from o. b. Ontj, all W. E. VIRTUE 1232.3rd Avenue South, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Rocky Mountain Branch of Can- ..aclian Institute Met at Frank- and -is, the headquarters- of 'jwrminent 'secretary, ;'S. Rackifv Sicretarj'-'Rankjnj.who returned ip 'light, alter -'weei's v jiekaert M amifly by the of enable the 1 lodneyi, thelunga and tloa tbeM Tbiw Unry or Ftanlc, A1U._ July very sue cegsful cueeting of tbe' Rocky Moun- tain brfJicb of the Canadian Mining Institute the Roclty Jl'puntain Sanatorium, "aC on July 24; at there were, present Eoin.c forty members from" different parts'of Alberta and Coium- bla-.-Xtr. ager oi tha'.Crow's ,Ne3t 'Pas's CoaJ Fernie, presided over.a very la- tere'stlng and.eiilhualastio -.-Mr. John .T. provincial In- spector of mines''for Alberta pre- csst-4n his official capacity'is'secre- lie.InstIil'ute. 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