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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE DAILY IIKRALD. Tlmrstliiv,, 101'4 TIPPLE AT HILLCREST MINES HUN BV ELECTRIC POWER IS J MODERN IN ALL ITS j DETAILS V .HllloroHt. AlU., June Mill- vereit Collieries, Ltd, having track scales nnd nnde till neces- preiiariiilons on Saturday iiiul V Iflfit, atartetl running I heir tipple on Tuesday morning. This win by electric power suji- 'I'pilS from Uie eomphiiy's puwer plant j hnHt Uii summer dtvrini; ihe strike.! lit reflects great credit upon all t-on-1 the erection of the tips'lej conveyor and ihe installation the machinery, evwryiliing went la it- WHS supposed iu So rlfihi fi'oin start. contract for llle build- ing of. this rijip'o was awarded to iln1 Webdiar Manufacturing Compuny. ofi '.Tiffin. Ohio, who sublet ihe coiurac: j the erection of the tipple itself lOj Oiimnva Box Car Louder Com-i ,'jaiiy, 01 Uiuimwa, Iowa, tile only, sending out .Mr, Paul Fleugpe. 11 capable and pniciical in.ui'. "hi every way, 10 the1 j -work. This liuple as a whole is onej 'of the finesl, complete and most Up-to-date in Cnuavla. It j -vug buih principally with a view to, 'Strength, although syrnmc'iery was not lost sisilH of in its construction.( ..The bins have a eapucily of about 1.-; tons, ivhlle the. tipple is capable r-lpf handling approximately tons per working day. From rim top of the conveyor 10 Ihu mouths of the various are: .miles of Uai-k. mchulhip: double i tracks and switching yards. The coal Is hoisted from i lie workings byj hoist engines'.on lo ihe level, afterj which rhe mine cars are hauled LO the! lipple by narrow gauge locomotives.: Renchinp ihe scales at (lie top of the; conveyor, (he cars art1 weighed, ihe coal automatically dumped into the J conveyor, and ihvis down 10 the I tipple, ihe cars meanwhile being amo-! miiiieally awiiched f the Amazon. The roa-d frill' con- necl at Corro de I'asco with Hie lincj iort' cxlcnding to Callao, thus fnrnish- iig finolhcr great commercial artery o feed (he canal traflk'. 'MADE-IN-C ANADA' Train Exhibition twelve electric-lighted one hundred inter- esting exhibits of Canada's wonderful industrial development AI C. P. K, Depot, LETITI5KIDGE .Saturday. -June 8Ui, from a. m., to m. Don't miss this unique "Travelling Exhibition.1- It will be a revsl- alioa to you. Fcee illustrated lectures.during visil. FREE ADMISSION TO CAR the statement that iliis would bring Ihe amount asked for lo ahotil, one thousand dblLnni.V Ti wag'felt' that ihe amount ashed for tlemrtiulert very r.-irnfiil by th-e council, and the baud delegates wlih no very lioiicdil rWort to mahci The council also framed' n bylaw which gives tlio Cqlgary'- NaLnral Gas Supply Co. the ib carry tjieir pipes through I'ronL Street and also fixes the price wfiich the iown will pay, should it ever wani to use live coiii'p'any's gas. v Auction Sale Tlic balance nl' llic L'liio Hloro Kindt Oil Finn Avenue .Vorlll, Will be Sold on Friday Evening, June 7 BAND ASKED FOR VERY TIDY SUM ABER'S MUSICIANS ASK COUN- CIL FOR AND NEW SUITS Titbcr, June meeting of MIC town .couiicH was hclil In the Town liiet night. Ucioro tbc muuling (bo town band discoursed SWCOT in the siniarc, and then nruscnled (liemsclvos lo the alderiiiun with a rc- 'liical for ;i grant of and utnv niilffirms for ihe band. A little in- rpilry hy one of Ihe iildcnncn brouxht out the liifonh.itlon Dial the band wauled lo ItD rni-nishi-Ml with tnllor- inadc niilfonns nt. jiur Onn of the ald-tirnum who fn an oxjierl inaLlicuiiUlclau, was rcsponalljlc for At p. in. There will also bo sold t-oino Furniture .One pair'Z -10- Ih. HciilcK. TivblVc' iManiLoba Trees, nine Teel hi Six 'Itusaliin Poplar Trow, nine fcjcL high. Two hundred Puss for Imdghig. high- II. WJLKON. AUCTlO.XKKIt Terms Ca-sli Plionc J023 CENTRAL HORSE MARKET Corner of Fourth Avenue and Third Street HORSES, ETC., BOUGHT, SOLD EXCHANGED AUCTION SALE OF LIVE STOCK Every Tuesday Afternoon :U p.m. Knlrles invited. AUCTION SAI.KSnf nil coiulnclecl In Town and Country. Ollice.4 at S.ilo Hums nnd at Kooiila C and JJ, Ualmoral IMock. GALVIN GIBBON Phone. Proprietor! ;