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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta y. THK .DAILY F. C. Lowes Co. v Beg to announce that they have removed from their former offices in the Kean Block to their new suite of offices in the Balmoral Block J MONEY TO LOAN -I.I' you have lots and wii.nt to build we lotin you tin! money. R. V GIBBONS CO. HOOMS F..AND G.. BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 LARGEST CONCRETE ARCH STRUCTURE IN THE WORLD Page 3 Has Just Been Completed at Spokane LARGEST CONCRETE ARCH STRUCTURES IN OPERATION Feet Moiiror street, Spokane ..2SI.O Hocky River, Cleveland ..2SO.O Wa.'nul street, Phlln. Gruenwaid, Gerraun.v Ij'lln, Germany Kempten, Havana l-'ogaras Alendares. Cit'ba Lautraeh, Uavaria .259.1) 238.1) ......SMIli 11 mi- 137.0 .130.1) hy smaller are spanned i across lhe 1OK (JALE "That mast desira.hle 1 roojned, 'fully modern liiiiimluw, standing on two 0311.3tii Si. 'SoiiHi (WcsUinnster Terms The H. MACBETH AGENCY Spokane. Wash., Nov. ate, and municipal engin- eers 61' prominence in .America ;ui.-l and visitors I'rom many and towns In the Northwest, will join residents ol Spokane in the dedi- jeaiory exercises and public celcbra- incident to tbo formal opening or .Monrt'j street, bridffj, .Xovem- I "er K to 30. Tlie -Jtruclure, which is jOt ctincrele, partly with a mifc ardi o.' fuel, the Ir.rscsl of kind ill tl.o world, was built by day labor at a cos; or fnOO.u'no. Businsss a; more than t'UO was i-eclainied by the city lit the south abutment, which is within lour j blocks of the banking centre. The was designed by .1. J. Ralston, jr. Am. Soc. C. E., former- i ly head of the cily eagimerlng de- Payment, and bnilr under the 'super- vision ot Morton -MacCarlney, city en Eineer. It a steel bridge of I 1300 consisting or a cantilever are not reinforced, but n'l.'.M-j art! eltli-i or of concrete reinforced with rods and mesh, or of Klrnelural Hleel, encased in concrete. The main arch has an inlrnilvis on a 111.23 fool, radius, and II.'.fool rise. II Is ol Iwin-rlb couKiractlou. er.lill be-j my feet iu_ and Hi fret j width at the crown, and I.S.n feet deep and 20 feet wide at tl.'j with a I 1 M-foiil, spacing hehveni euiitrcB of i rlhs. The arches are (surmounted with 1 spandrel walls. by a semicircular arch of L'll feet 5 1 enes. up lo the four middle panels, wnicb' are 'sub-divided wajis. -The, HUiimirel walls traversely ai' tbe wr.v I'firiicliire bj-fioor-uoaiiiB made up of! concrete, encased l-bcains, 21-incli imill 1111 beams across iiic lwn centre' .spandrels for .street suppim li-incb for roadway I 'I'llc floor-beams are connected by. sirailarly con-niluted I rinngere, milking a resiilnr remans-i ular svsiem upon I jwulch the reinforced torn-rote floor! Slab rests. j j TUB south wlilnli forms j ilia most iillllsua-, leal lire Of til- dp-I sign is 140 feet in height. if was' made neceuary by (be fnct there is no natural supporting sroiind on that side of the On account of tins j peculiar condition, the springing ;ol the 120-foot arch is about Ci reel tho urorlde Ian abutment to eaivy Hie sloped line 101 stress from, the uanral line to Hie rock. Thus, each of the foiir I arch ribs is carried separately down I to base of the abiilment, in such I thaC line from ihriiijt. will always: toon within the middle third. All the arches were an- Lois on latli St. Noilli. Immediately of ncw-chiircb and close to Adams Park: The'fincEl cite in North Letlibridgc, at the snap prici" of J-1DO; 512ii carb, 4, S and 12 months. main apati, approached by a 'truss PKOriE 535 Lettibricige Realty Go, :A CHANCE 'TO OWN A FARM Ten .100'aero rcadv-made farms to sell, on h crop, payments. No Money Come in and see us about them. A Wiikie Kerr X. LIFE. FIRE. ACCIDENT AND LIVESTOCK INSURANCS S2J HULL BUOCK. NeM. A.R. i I. Office :1 a trestle, whiriv proved too liglii I'or street car and other-heavy I. The- bridge crosses, :aii-o River, at llio tower end of the j lulls, where llie drop in a sc'ries of joiitaracts isM'Uti feet within 'of 1300 feet. "Plia river has :r flood How of second feet: and UOUO second a I low flow. The j downtown Etrcets OM both sides of riycv are.not. mace than higii; at.the crost of t-ic within four block's it drops into a "1-10 feot jn der.-.h, and jlnOO Tent in'width at its'lop. The I srnicluro 1H.-791 feet in Icngtli, with a j 50-foot' roaaway, ''.'he diff-areiK.'j he I uveen it and "ih'o old Jiridge heing made tip hy an earth fii'i, requiring I more "than cubic yards of j raatcriaj, funihshcd froin the deck of old -jpaii and downtown vxeava-1 i Llons. j The stniciure carries a double- track elccu-ic. car lino, and a high- way and has two iMoct cnnlUercreil sidewalks. H consists of n middle1 span of 2S1. fc'3t, JHO- .loot Eenu'circular spans, a lOO-foot eomieirculiip a waH pf fe-et in length .with a maximum Height, of 53 feet. The main archea HYDE PARK is the INDUSTRIAL CENTRE of East Calgary, having large C.P.R. Shops on west side and C.N.R. Shops on east.side employingibetween them five to six thousand Ajiotlier large industry will Seven Thousand Men and'you know to Adjoining Property. Hyde I'iirk Adjoins all'of tlieso ludusli i.o'-'wliich make Lots Viince in value very rapidly. I'ailc Lois aic .ill good level staff, with exue.lle.nt view of Mountains and and wjll "haAe f CAl! S I'J K V I (J M shortly, along j Hyde Park adjoins City LimiK ,iud onl> Ifalt'lhe Piic4 of Property across the Street inside the limits also V reap (he benefit of. Lots in Hyde I'.uk aip selling presenl prices, (.let in niiwajid youi iMoney. Price for 10 Days, to per lot. Trackage lots to Terms 1-4 Cash, balance 3, 6, 9 and 12 months per cent Discount allowed to all Cash Buyers TITLE GUARANTEE j utyzed on Ilic elastic theory. Tty norj.ii roiaining consists of a. high nnd thin, ranforceu1 concrete lace slab, connterforted with rods in-j to the solid, rock. Bed rock, comnos- ed exclmliaiy'or. the basalt common exposed the entire length between ah- laments. tb'o new tiridge was first dis- cussed by city' council in'lOOS, it was intended to'era-i a'structure'of 1SOO A year ago, however; it was decided lo build in the near futuvoji -Hrack steam rail Way, with flanking declric car lines anil streo.s ciTCsing r.hc line of the bridge at n level. This projected I construction necessitated starting the j new bridge a distance north of the old i span and alFo required ibat I clearance be allowed for railway! tracks. ,As a consequence, a some-! i wnat extraordinary layout aiKl :ah-2ady briefiy described ,wero adopt- ed. J The result was a'-saving of to the taxpayers, as against the struc- ture of greater length, and, in H.I-H- tion, has resulted in tho creatijn of uome very highly desirable real es- tate, estimated lo be worth more than which has accrued lo Hie city. Kvcvy dollars' worth of W S3 ary laborerj, and 'the regular Room 1 131a 8th Ave West PKone 2299 Calgary, Alberta WESTERN PEOPLE Or the Lumber Combine Will Have Them in a Tight Grip iRegina Leader) was done by day labor, the city paying The "Retail Lumberman." publish- j ernmcnt were defcaicc S3 for -Jay eight hours fo at Winnipeg, conmliiH tho I'o'.low-' wilhout :in in its current whic-h ]'110IiL ant' without ail competition f, om American mills From confidential information whichibas readied the louder tha sit nation, from the viewpoint of the peo- ple of the West is one or dan ser. White it is tine that my exist ,ng duties cannot be increased with; out formal action by Parliament, there pOMiblltty that the first pait of ttaa pledge- given the R C lumbermen prior to the tint lumbar now coming into Canada as "partly dressed ind free of ,r gol ernnienf were defeated cm be fill -al to Pnilu degree MONKY TO LOAN On Unproved farm city property. TO RENT L' (ioiiiforl.n.ljluS rounicd konses on Coi.irt- liind St.. scnii-inodcrii, li'O.OO juoiifcli.. THE C. K IJOWMAN AGENCY Phone 1325. Ci. Angui F. E. Shanti. Atigus Shantz .S1000 Room 107 Sherlock Euiiciir 2 of 21st St.1 and 1st. Avc. room and 'stable on, rents for ?10.00 per 3 school N. 2 room sliack on 12 x 20, hwiired for 7 ROOM Gth Avc S.; lot 43 ft. frd.'.Uage; house is very mudern, and on full cwinent small payment. (ernis. 1-1 F.ale or exchange alPbc culiSvjilt'tf: acres broken; house; ata bio allifencntl; each forms 1-2 near Vermilion; xvill sell for 1-2 or equity which is fl50u easy terms, at (i cent. Price per aero for subdivision. The Alberta Securities SULKY GIRL FASTS 17 DAYS 'Child of 14 Hides in Cellar Under Dirty Quilts .svjaiile. under ;i itntui'ic of -dirty (julllg in -iho dark and i Lin used bascmcui of 1: ir homo for 17 wcHc hfir ar.d the po- se.'irciicd everywherj for Jcises, 1-1 years old, was drag- ged from, hfli- hiding place 'last even- ing, ii shadow 01' her former vzlf, a guant and pitiful -.light. tilic dropped frrfm to llT. pounds. not penitent and sulks ami refiiijcu lo bo eomforted. j Crav-liiis from her biding; .ulaec, j xvnen ths hand of her guardian, W. C. I of Brooklyn avenue, rais ed the quilt, the girl was so weak. inatshe could scarcely make her way 'unassisted to Hie upstairs. Scatter-1 led behind her hiino'ic of ciuUls wot'o round four empty cany that had con- mined fruit, stolen from -ihc rear tiers of the fall canning that Mrs. Wi'ibcr j put up. She hurl not had a warm whole- some iT.val in all Uio 17. days of her disapjioaraticc. and fici great logs cl wotght is easily accounted for.. Her J-'iit'js had been taken off long and never replaced, ami from sneaking auout-the Ifjii-.oniDiit sue had developed painful chilblains. Her mother, who is in Alaska, had i left the girl and her brother to Ih'j care of Mr. and Urs. Wilbur. The j j: Rirl was cxtinonimariiy largo for her y figfi and sensitive about ft. lovnd moving shows, and H was slaying out late ,to ail.nnd 1 tluit slio had rcpriinundcd. to skilied workery. The city boiir.lst be of considerable interest, not I01" publicity, mi the materiiils used On the ntr.ic- only to tlia retail -Jumbcv trnde] but j The Ciistomms I inff IIOTV proudes cure in the open ma-rUet .and thus to every resident on tlicsc prairies, j that lumbar "planed on two edges large item of tlw usual rs-1 "A reV-orr. from Ottawa slates Flax Seed For Sale; SACKED W.R. DOBBIN 310 7th St. S., LETHtRIOOE Agent for Avrry Gil A StMm Plowing Enalnfa. ,...0- JV ruj-orr. rroin uiiawa slates ''surfaced on one and "bend lionse contrn-.'t. j more is a likelihood of tho now Ccui- on oils edge." is dutiable .1 pel I Government placing a duty conl-' lumber "sawn 01 bplil 'f rough luuil.vr from thn Slates noi-furlber m uiufictnied 01 tal to the amount r.t present j "sawn or .dressed on one side only ed by the U. S. on rough Iiimbor from ls duty 'free. r side of 'the line. That theraj From the coufia nil U information j eu j will be some changes in the lumber j in possession of the 1 L-idPi it ipp-nrs j tariff iu favor of IIOIIM niiivs IK roni'i-) (Hat lumber lias been coming from viently believed at the Coast, ,-is Brf-jilie United Stales which has been lush Columbia has sent a pluil- j sawed with n finr- aw so smooth tlial ans of govcnimeiVL supporters, who WKSTMINSTEU .KOAD anil.12 Block 1'ernis nuintlis. See H.J.RSkeith Phone Opp. Alexandr, Hotel r H is almost Ilic ;anvo as pinned him would, no iloubl, support nny move loi and tlIRt the linnbormen of Ilie'tasca lirevent tlie Amerlu.n mills linvlnsrunilcd rtlntcs in Cliis wi> IHK been to (In -'i tile lo lumber into Caua.i.. free 'tiimber. TJ.-J Canadian hnnhei mun o'.iifm tJint 'this sawing with a line tooth is only a. subterfuge, and that the lumber should class as tl-ressed lumber entitled to Farm Land for Trackage Property. Inside Business Site for Trackage Property. L HLOCK, FHOKE 12-if., LETHBRIOOS. FORMER WARDEN DEAD Cciiioiirs. Onl., Nov. Clr. lor many years :i resident ol Seymour lownship nnti forinoi1 rcovo of ilit lownslilp. and wal'dei! of Ihc ifllllc'' t'onnllrts or N'orthiiinbfirlnnd and Our iiam, died nt his homo hi lord. St. Hu was a Prcsbylnrian. four SDIIS and Ilircc i tors furvlvu. 160 Acres S miles from Cliiun- [lion. DO jicros brok- Gii. improved: buildings, fence1, well, cle. cash. For to fliO Cascaden Land Co. any odvantiigo that R. C. mills (I not poi'-iose." The is steadily suiuin ground ihronglioiu tho country iiiar. dtlenninod effort will he mad Ui-3 imposition hy the yovcnimont of a duly on ro-.ish hnr.-''I'ay duty. ner. which is the lli.a, an was II .la cpulendad thai all dial, is ne- inlt ai (he rccenl Calgary coufsveMCO cessary to bring about Ihn imiiositlon of inKlnuMi, in which tncy ll.ivj 10 i or a duty rai all this "partly dressed' meet, the keenest nt lumber, is for Ihc Cu :oms officials to 'In fuel, the Calgary Ikr.iM, DC instructed -.hat all lumbar by has deemed ii.. neuiif- i lliese fine toothed so wo ho darted to say. nnt as "part'iy hut as dress. do not lyjlieve there is lumber, and therefore dutiable. chance of Iheir securing n duty on j if this is coi-ran, then the people I rough lumber. That is one of the dnt-' 01 the West will In uhised io lies -that any government desiring (.'..tcct such a move If II. Is attempted support of the West will I'.oep as far illy Ottawa. The elfecl of Much in i away from as possible." j si ructions from Ottawa would shortly 'ie seen in the shutting out of United T P WINS THREE APPEALS I ondon Noi 1 ludsment was gn 111 tbe jmliuil cominfttcp of tlio Council lodaj in the following cises ail tlnee appeals being allow Gi ind Irunl Pacific railway heard full 21; Grand Trunlc Pa- CHIC Empire Avenue land owners at Tort William, Ont., heard July in, and Rex vs UN-it's and others beard '.Inly 27: Details ot the "three follows (1) Question as tine constiuction of tbe igreenieirU b'-aiween the parties ent-ei- cd into for tlie purpose of releasing capital for the construction ap-. pellant's railway (2) Wh'ether unccession duty is pay ab'ie in New Brunswick upon money deposited in a bank there by a testator oomiciled in Nova Scolia, (.1) Whether certain land owners'on street, along which the appellants' railway runs are entitled to compen sstion under the Railway Act, juris niciipn of tlie Board of Hallway iKSlouers. A. Colville .patent medicine vendor, was fined ?50 at >lamllton-for prescrib Ing for a patient. States lumber to bo followed in due course hy n stiffening of prices hy the ran he no {jnesiiou whnlevei 'thai a formal proposal in Parliament jto place a duly on rotisli or partly osscd In in her, would raise a -.storm nilllni..-n. jot nmtKRI throilBhoilt. din and. The Leader if it can hold off the Intere.sis.: us Canary contemporary that j wnieli have made it, anil dominate jt. eminent wi-i] be reluctau-; to Impose the liordcn goivrnincnt will mil make ja duty on rotiBh hinibcr hy the usual a forma1! protiosnl to Parliament iin-, metlitid of snbnimltting such a projionl- pose such a duty. Hut. If llrilhm "on to ParllantvMil, but, from the In iihlbia milhuen roinain insistent it will lormatlon already iu our Dos.ssssiou, he difficult not to comply with their w'o are not so sure that same thinp demands, In view of die pro-election i no; ,-itlempted-by this more pledges shun them if the l.aur- nucrct metlioil of (lepirlmrnnl hiiti let- Boverument was dsfcatcil (he lum.j'ioils to Customs officers ill ouglioul tier now coining In a-.i partly -drnaacd country. and free of iluly, would he dutiable, repeat, (hi.., Western coiiiitiv and. fiirtliermove. that the dmlje j snonhl be on ihe alert for any y I would be Increased so as lo Kill off [action. lols corner 2nd St." and 6th Avc. S., for en'ch. A lot and n.lialf. next (o Rt.-UHlpUie. with'or r.-lthout shack, special figures. 2 corner lols, IJuff, -.veil located, for with M7B.OH each Small bouse, fi The Dowsley Mdhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th Street Ption. M4 ;