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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Till: LETllBaiDGE 1IEKALP Saturday LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD fiwfc.o di ever? by the Lethbrldse Heraid Can. lawful evening at its office, Sixth street. Lethbridge. W. A. Director and PHONE: Editorial, Rcportorial, J Job Oepts. Advertising DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I year, delivered.......'.14-00 1 yar. e. months, 4 g months, by S mouths., eel: ma.il........S5c tnourh, ho-h new and old -JO- Addresses cammed as as. but JtOvO dresses must. WEEKLY HERALD summary of tlie o'1- 1 vear ia ....51.39 3 moatts. in Cross ?ru5 t G. Sober Bnn'jt'cu.. Cope. Huu-i. Co.. R. W. D. J.-. Book Co. Fernie. 3. C t'ercy THE DA'LY HERALD SALE AT Cranbrook. 8- Atcnison. G-assy Tiignarn. Diamond City Drug Co. Medicine Vancouver, 3. C. Vi-ona News Co. Brown 219 4th SL Also on all C. P.- R- Trains. Drag oi i h of natural jgrey-headed, having spent their life j jusiuess seems se- at such work. cure" the discussion on stay bolts. ima'n holes and hand holes and cov- liali u bi'litou dollars oi British cay for same, water column and other lUi will to Cauuua this year, 'filtmrrs about a boiler, 1 refer any one suy? iiii oaiiucui auihoriiy. it is up to'-interested to the "Regulations for the Abe pfople Lethbndse to get a Construction and Inspection of Boil- gwu share ol' ii. besides what will .ers." the act under discussion The i-c.'.m- ihe sale of liie de--booklet can be obtained from Jas. E. beuutiX't. 'Kicjiards. Government printer. Ed- moutoii. Uruud. Trunk Pacific has the i might mention that to frame this j cnuiue experience of rinding -A rail-, law the Alberta government went to j routi grade already made for it. Jt 'the express trouble of obtaining- prac-1 is not every railroad that has such tical. and not college pin-heads. good luck. IS the company uses the ;salaries and expenses of the same old C. P. R. track, it will be a good cost the government several thousand thing for tbe city, as it will mean' that no more city lots will be cut up to make a new line. For that board to have framed a law governing boiler design and in- Jspection and not been the means of The agricultural society directors cutting down some old scrap heap are showing commendable energy in would have been an impossibility, their work of getting ready for the j a boiler stands a cold water t fair in August. No time is being test, may not show any natural j lost in getting the buildings erected signs of weakness, yet be wholly un-1 and the "track prepared. When they fit to carry steam pressure at all for are completed Lethbridge will have there may easily be crystalled plates j the best equipped fair grounds in in the boiler, as is often the case in j Western Canada.- an old boiler, especially of the fire-i type. j The advertisement taken AS to the subject of engineers' licen by the-Board of Trade in the Empire ses, as Mr. Blackorl.v states, if you j special number of the London Times, are an engineer yen can run an en-; should do a lot of good for the city gine. and if von are not one you can and A copy of the paper not. I agree, but 1 nave yet failed to. j received shows that the views and see the good engineer who cannot fjio-ts concerning Lethbridge have compute the h.n. of an engine, or been wp-i] brought out. The Times is write his own name. tlie bible in the financial'way for the i As the article states, he has found j monied men of Britain, and the ad- engineers who deliver the vertisemenr is bound" to attract a lot goods, but the writer wants to kindly Why pay or over for Lakeside lots when buys lots adjoining block on the west, on terms of cash, balance per month? Only a few left Fully Modern Eight Room House on Dufferin Street Easy terms 50 x 142 1-2 Block 3, Duff Addition, on Burdett Short time only Freeman MacLeod Co. Phone 1212 Box 679 Telephone Directories of attention. Telephone Depart-i tnake their semce convenient if they gf: an dir- in use was is- IQ Thar from one ciTy or rensov- hsi; altogether, nearly iiaii' incorrect. The tor -.-lii.-rribers have orsiy in 'he Herald '.viiii This is very unsatisfactory as few think- to do it until they want the number of some phone which is noi in :he directory, and by that time the list i> destroyed. The department could do for Lethbridge ss they do for Calvary." a direc- torv for ex-rums-e and issue a_ new reused one eu.-u month. It; the new directory the new names for the avenues be used insread of fhnt 'ven reieuafd to 0Mers flunk The .Crop Prospects in A. uavs ago a '-r L.----- -nai in rtu- fiistnc't outaitie ot is-. rfl? oi miliion bashes.'tbe city. This should aud at along C'ardsion miH.ou _ .a ijp Yrs--- much does this niean. u !be evea a moderate .uvK-e for wiH 10 three 'grain. Lbe I'r.rmers ia ihe distncr uir- 3i- TalK-r.tcUy to will re- a rail lion tesh Trom eielu J-o nine million iiol- U'a'kpVd TkL vear jrs'ior? for 'heir crop, and ihe greater jnjrt ffiJs cotLifc or in- .one nunaren .anu ...-t..... nncer crup. -Prom TO iu-n. la-d Luke. Purple It will meac. too. thai, wno A--i- other yoinrs witii- Hard, bit the droaahr of ypar C a-ea osi Thi> easiera will be-once more lirmly esiaWisiieu or N-; -.-omes fmuncialiy. auu wiil abie TO go acreages wirli -v-fllen: ftbead with tbsir agneuiinra.1 "y-rom This rhere 'opraent on a mu'-h Jsrger raan win" h- ircni TWO and a heretofore. It a larger rerun? bushek. froia'ugrfcuiaire than this distri.-.r has tbV Crow (SSvWJKt: :r- ever Icnown before, and tha? wrospei-- .Sftrriwrr with 3IaCl-od. uy will aaonnd in a way '.-Jiv -ooc! r.rops and the urea -meet of the mosr Not a Coward 1 (Hamilton Herald.) lion. Allen Aylesworth will run ug- in Nort4i York, if the general el- ections are brought on this year. he 'minister of justice isn't the sort cf .party man who Quits under fire. i 1 A Costiy Seer i Hamilton A British Tnionisi member of i'- iiameut. King, has tile election cumpaign. This thn- iiiiseatins of the iat> Th Stock aitc-r his as m-riii-b-i i'v.' Weatworth. oid his beca'ise he was of rreaiin- a peJ-sou'al ing a single of bser. Thar to tifor'r-'e :i very ;v Oi his seat in parliament. bear in mind that we are not all per- fect, and a man mav not be any use j whatever on one of engine work be the best obtainable on some other. j You TOieht a first class! man from a large Tiuuieipal power wherp he was rinns nich grade service, and him on a plowing omfir snO .he woui'.J be useless. As fo Vr. Threshennan being ny the preset' law. I dis- asrec. for will Tird in a few the okf oi' tne man who is a good engineer r-aii the esaminaiior.. as trie ques are all practiv-ai. and not so' hard as to confotmtl :iv-y clear-headed for surn a UUT. be if he is n 3001.1 engineer. lioid a secoud-clus? cerrificarr ob- rui'icd iiucler Uie and I HTO isroiui to ri'iink 'lie Alberta eruiueiu, iias a. boik-r Saw equal to uny in our broiui a-u' i am uiso HiWrininir tluVy. as evldenceci by OWNERS OF THE LETTER BOX Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 What an Argument! Qt'OTH the ProrinciaJ Srandard. ;verr inuch success raisins the larger, ursraa of ifr-JI.u, and will preoabiy never s-jp- r... ply. ihfjir dfernand. Bur, it is also Aiherra thar Easteni'-Canada sliips supplya' is a 10 Maiiitobi. SaskatchewaB and "'os r' s-'isrence. Xo'v. ger tbeir apples autj orl'ser larsrsr ne> fntiT. it is ap- J'rniis from .Brilisb Colujubia and thh- frJ't must be .norriiwesrern States. Jonu-r "and anisan. the in- and 5r not sfrnoas -ffons to ov ryjo count r.- and r.be dwell- .Uo so., as, the grower? there no; Vr in rhe rity'-is bit bv this in preparing ihair fruit for The result is prafti-. frilir ,rally .the fruit ased i- ivo a no provinces r.ome? from nd 'for lack of a mar- .aiiU Oregon. ,Th" d'n.y en inukf? iv W TViibin' pasJ >ome' and The rf-ninvo! o1' von'id mean a grear savin? from the r'nglish ihe and enaV.e them t0 fhe n deal mor" 'vhirh ml from material ro in force, how- w-.Ifh. Orjtnrio cannot Hiipily '.rould hft fnr Trifh fnn'r. Tt Cannot hv of the shipped so far. not orly of -MiP expense, hocaiisr. "vrrf ;7! iTi the case of th" most i takf- ;p "H 'hr'r'S J" nacla vviib rhe jsiMppeti such long and fit to sell and use when they arriw. -wUli TLe adoption of reciprocity would ntUtt psv enable the western people to pet ar: Txrire. now of all kinds of fruit at p is :nif> rha? tbat would not it a nrairie provinces-ha vp not had ,ury. STEAM BOILERS Editor ot fhfc HeruM: Deiir nave just read an art- icle iu ;.our paper or the rhe heading of "Tho- Steam Boiler and signed by G. VJvery man being entitled to iris owTi opinion, he is a poor letlow ii ii- sm-nd behind 'such. I "Uli W. G-.' Blackorby in one thing- aiid that is that liie ure- Scat boiier does work harrisiiin ia many eases, b'.u uoi r-n injustice. I was employsd a. firm who liati some old boilers in- operation ar. the rime of tlie beginning of the present law, and on r.he inspectionf 'der the Iai.v one "'as condsmned ana another uw nressure was cut S'-) :ow that it useless for rlri'.n.'u nearer- tv.'c year? t.n hi 01 OUR POINT OF VIEW Swat the Tiuuk what a harvest of ten or el- million bushels will mean to VaVe K-ihbririjie spotless town. city. It will mear, more for tne perity of the city than many naii works. When the greets of were _..... _ Tiooeled an rain- fall. ;he arock of a iocsl .-Jarioner sot ?.ho Supreme Court, it vrasj city that got r l. of from tJev Jd i. 'Sle tu 'c These boilers had berTi'v.-crkircr ;it S'Jlbs. pressure, yet. uli rhe ensinf-'.-rs of the planr. breathed more Tvfcen the boilers -nrorked no more. Thi? is? a samuie of vur i- ship by Tbe sev." law; As to the arbitrary power of the .boiler inspector I see no injustice, for whiii' i? ihe use. of the so-.-erntner.iT draff ing laws: and paying an inspector it' riiar inspector has: to en- force law. I; appears by The aiorenvenuone'.! arvicie tliar. the inspectors- or' tbi? pro- vince are doing their duty and with the usual thanks that comes from a man doing'the same, that is. a kick from tbe man on the wrong and cf the string. Mr. Ulacfccrby refers to the mind and opinion of boiler shop superinten dents, for whom I have high regard, bat those same superintendents ar? very often, in the construction of ers hampered, by market of boiler sales, and are forced in sorae cases material and %vorkman5hip in order to build a ooll- er thai- will call for a readv n-arker. The specification of the Alberta law prevents any such practice on boile.'s; coming to this province and gives the boiler shop superintendent tne oppor- j'f.nity to put a good safe co'.'c- on market without it being er- i soirl bv another boiier of inferior f grade. As 10 the "pin-headed collie ma that appear to have drafted our steam hoiler I disagree. i wc-Jl acquainted vvith two of tii? who had honor of fi'amm.a act, and Uno'.v them to thoroughly practical mechanics of jho highesi having had th''- term in both constructing and operat- ing steam machinery and are now To rhe Editor of the ?I'eraltl: your'.kind {ierrnissicii 1 Biiotild iike ro sar a few words in reply ro -Mr. W. C.'Biuckorby on his crldcism. of 'lie Boiler of Aiberta. appeared in.' your Tufesciay's His iaierpre.ta.uon of the act '.vi'i nPI'tzr IO-HJOSL of. and especially TO tion and tlie which imdeoie 'thjjr belns: biii-t for streugth, and safety. >o lunch "bosh and-vniis our sense or except where ne says that the object of the law in tiaestion was hamed for the protec- tion of life an.l property. Generaily speaking', the laws are those who are not. law- abiding, ana restraint placed ,v.p- 'on their predictions TOT oo- 'ing is irksome. The discredit your correspondent to throw on the men who drafted the act_' and on tbf- inspector? '.vho. carry nro-; ou a level with hi'B' criri- .cism of the act i'seir. I would say ;Tighi, her? That I h'ft-ve diEcuss'ed t'ue boiler act of -Wcerta with men 'vbo were there wirh the goods every timrt. practical'arid capaWe, and'-arbos'e op- inion in :i, marter this nind something, and they tt'-di rhe-.-vesulations for the 'construe 'ami iiirtijectioiV of steam boilers .J.n i ''Alberta, is a groat ci-euit to its .fram- j ers. ?nd could not very well be 5m-! upon. And I defy Mr. Black-; orby to point out to your section in those regulations that is a hardship on any honest owner of _ a boiler in the province. He tells us he is a "duly qualified then proceeds'to'demonstrate .to your readers hov.- prescious little He .Knows of .that most essential qualification in an "engineer: a knowledge detail, and rather prides himself cm; his..hoi'se sense (soiEe people would i call it when be asks .-what j difference it mattes whether'the slay bolts in -a boiler head and firebox! have a five inch pitch or a four inch pitch, and then tells us it makes no j difference, and because the men who j do know, and who are there to en-1 force the law for the safety of tbe j public. Your correspondent. ,wuo is j a practical, field educated engineer; (.whatever that may mean) says, '.'these ideas are tiresome, a; lot of j bosh, without sense, reason or jus- j tine." His other arguments against! the operation of the act. are ...just as I empty and frivolous, and are not worth--Considering, only I--should'lifce to point ont that the steam boilers j act .of .Alberta. .wJiich Mr., Blackprby so'.unscrupulously-' condemns, makes OiU.-provision-' for men who may not be good scholars, but who worthy J and capable. I'x ailotx-s_ their. TO take a friend who can read and write into examination room to read out ihe questions for then1., a-ul 1'Ut dov.'is. their and ii rhey satisiy rhe .examiners than they aro compe- tent, then a certificate will he grant- ed thsju. .In con-.-iiision, lei me ur.e-e your ver- satilo' rorrvsponderr to make himself acyuain'ed '.vith the Steam Boiler? Arrr before rashin? into print. Yours faithfully, Alta. VERAX. THE STEAM BOILER LAW To the Editor of the Herald: notice in your issue of Tues boilers is carried out in other coun- ;ind provinces, as well as in Al- berta. expression: coilege can s-.-ai'cely rtier to. the Alberta inspect- ors. fiOin-e oi whom have gained their experience in- the drawing offices of the tig English shipbuilding and en- gineering1 firms, and are thoroughly conversant with boiler law as repre- sented "bv -the British Board of Trade. Lloyd's, the Bureau Veritas and tlie U. S. Statutes' and the Hartford In- surance Co. i Mr. Blachorby asks the difference between g.. four inch or five inch cen- tre for pitch of omits which is gen- oM fireboxes. aU these auth- fleet from 3-8 to half an inch under a cold test of 19? Ibs. and don't talk of "difference." I have yet to learn 'that "the heavier the head of steam, the easier it is on the fue'l-oii-'water- ;irema.n-engineer and everybody con- cerned." That is sheer ignorance. Mr. Editor. Now as to engineer's licences: T :hare Jieard an English first-class B. 0. T. engineer say, Alberta stan- dard is a. very nigh one." and I know Hrst-class men -from England who icouldn't get a second in Alberta. At j'the same time if a man cim't.read or I write the rules allow him'to get a 'fUend to for him. Where is !the injustice? I v.-onder if your correspondent ;knows the difference in efficiency be- itween a double riveted lap joint and Like vour correspondent T am in inch, the plate will stand 175 Ibs. work their business. rurely noWv with any threshing ins pressure, with a pitch of 4 34 inch in this inspection of boilers or outfit, merely one who .the limit is 124 Ibs. Watch an inspect- ;pears to an oatsider. _You. s how the law realting to the de- :or test a traction boiler, and see the construction and survey of flat crown sheet of an old boiler de- Claresnoim. Alta. 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