Hamilton At The Fxposition At St Louis
liei HAMILTON AT THE EXPOSITION AT ST. LOUIS Sat Wednesday Huinnic nt- lo dn so a the Ohio common said: litigation. Klla a and r witnesses The Niks Will Have 12,075 Feet of Hoor Space And Show Some Big Machinery Hooven, Owens Bentsdiler Snow BiÂ£ EaJiK And The New- tyPitttrirt Turbine Haniillon at the big SI. Louis World's Kaii 1 . Despite the diversity n n d cxlenl of Hamilton as a maiul- faclnring city and lite high grade of the manufactured nrlicles there wil not be very much of industrial Ham i l l o n at the big SI, Louis show. The largest Iliimiltou exhibit will be by the Niles Tool Works, or rather rather by (he Niles, Beinont, Pond Co., nt which the Niles is a part. This company company has 12,075 square feet of flooi space in Machinery hall and .will have one of Ike greatest machinery exhibits exhibits nt the exposition. The exhibit will be in cbnrge of Mr. W. K. Hnge- innn of Philadelphia. From Ihe Niles Tool Works Fred Woodruff has been sent; he has been (here some time snporititcmlmn (he erection of some wchiuery. Wilh him are William Schriclc and Newt Hagan; (hey are all working on the erection of the jxhibit. Mr. Woodruff will likely siay nt the exposition most of t h e imc but the other two will come home and their places will be taken by olhcr men from (lie Niles shop. It s Hie inleiitioti of President Jas. K. Ctillcn fh send quite a number of the neii lo (he exposition by frequently changing Ihe men in charge. This vill be a fine thing for the men who nre f o r t u n a t e enough lo be asked to ;o. The exhibit by the Niles, Bcmont 'ond Co. will be from all its branches; The Niles exhibit, will be a 24-foot wring mill weighing 300,000 pounds. V 30-foot boring mil). A driving- vheel lathe. A floor boring machine. V 37-itich horiiig mill. . A double ixle lathe. Ail 80-inch driving wheel alhc. And sofcc small tools. The Bcmont works will send a large ilainer, a drill and a big shaper. The Pond plant at PJainliclif, N. J., vill send some big lathes. The Pratt md Whitney plant at Hartford, Conn., will send a fine collection of small lools. Altogether Ihe cxhibi will be most imposing and f u l l representative of the big company, Tlie Hooveii, Oiveus and Ifentschlci Co. will do Hamilton credit by a exhibit. This firm has a floor spac '10x00 and will .show one of its bi^ vertical engines of 2500 horse power. There will also be shown Hie Inrbine engine that the shop has been working working on but which will not be completed completed for about a month. This'turbine engine is n line thing and is likely revolutionize the engine business. Mr. Holsworth, n native of Germany, who is of an inventive t u r n of has been nt the big Hooven, Ucnlsclilcr Co. shops for some time working out his ideas on a turbine engine. The company has purchased purchased the patents and is now cn- gngcd in manufacturing the turbine pattern. Mr. Mayo of 'the New York office of Ibis company' is now in charge of the exhibit' al . St, Louis. The Chicago and St. Louis men will be in charge in turn. Enycart Hooven Hooven leaves shortly for St. Louis and 1 be attached to the company's exhibit all during the exposition. The ony other Haniillon concern lhal will have on exhibit at tbc exposition, exposition, is F. L. Kahn Bros, bis firm will not make an exhibit Is own account. The Western Gas Co. infolds to have a big display of ;as stoves and appliances and asked Ihe K a h n Bros, for some of itovcs to show. These have been sent ind will be on exhibition. The Moslcr Safe Lock Co. at line contemplated a big exhibit, but tas given if up. Mr. William Moser Moser toilay said to a Democrat man hat they were too busy to give an exhibit the time and attention required. required.