Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
SatUi!4#,rAi)rll 12, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 "It's tho mechanical wonder of the age!" Yon canH huy the ]?or,d mechanical features in any other car-at 'any ; pric'6. .That's one reason why you must get yours now' if you wanC to di'ive "the mechanical wonder of the age" this season. - "Everybody Is driving a Ford/'-more-tKan 200,000 In service. New Prices-runabouti $675 -touring oar, $750^town oar, $1,000-�with; all ' equipment, f.o.b. iWalkervlUe, Ont. Get par^ , ticulars from- GLENISTER & VIRTUE J232.3rd Avenue South, Lethbrldao ENGLAND'S AERIAL RULES ARE STRICT Utilise Our Services we act as bxe6ut0r and trustee undeir Wills, liquidators, assigInee, receiver; guardian of jjvJFANTS, AND committee, of LUNATICS, ' .... ^. . etc., .etc., ,, ' We und&'talce flnattoM- agenclep . of all Ii;Inds, snperlptend .inT.eat. :mentfl^ttnd collect db4dends, latere^ �-give'.your''. business: �to'^ .,^^...i..;��>�.:�;.Vv�,;.,.. f, local./:;:enterpr.ise.,;�.^;.;-:.^>1-?v.::^�^s,-'.- :� The British Canadian Trusts Company . ' Conybeare BIocIc, Lethbrldge, Alberta. " , -C. F. P. Conybeare, Esq., K.C., D.C.L. J. s, Haxton, . President. Manaflop and^Secy Personal Servicja Tailoring "Semi-ready*: 15? er (Made to Meaeure) London, April 13.-Nowhere^In the world la th'e use of the air more re-atrlctdd by legislative decree than over England. It is far easier from the standpoint of rules and regula-tloaa, for a foreign society woman to be presented at court than it la for a foreign aviator to drive his way over" a single foot of the British Isles. England has made It very cleai- tha* she wants no aerial visitors, and he woyld be a determined blrdman' Indeed who would today undertake, such a flight. ,Under tho regulations a foreign aeronaut is barred from landing on Englliih shores .except -within certain prescribed areas; he must send a notice to the 'Homo Office of bis proposed landing place within those areas, together wjth the approximate time of hia arrival; he must obtain a.clearance from a British consular agent within the country from which he starts; on his arrival within the English jurisdiction he must get a fr�8h permit to proceed on his journey, during which he must carry at least one British representative on his aircraft; iUor may he carry any photographic apparatus -within the realm. The' feffeot of these regula-tlona, the violation of -which is punishable by imprisonment for ' six months and heavy fine, as virtually to, close the air above the British Mies to foreign aircra-ft. �: It, la believed:;ihat when the airship sflare, which Is the latest affliction of the .English people, has abated, the air laws �will- be amended so that foreigners who have no warlike intentions may fly here without submitting to so many irksome reatrlotlons. DETECTIVES WERE THE KING'S AVERSION -I liemf Santa Clara The Santa Clara Province in Cuba is growing some extra choice cigar tobaccos, these days. New lands Sre being cultivated. New tobaccos are being harvested-tobaccos, that have- the full, mellow Havana flavor, yet are sweet and mild Mc-'Tlor de ClaroMflc. Paris, .April 12.-The late King George of Greece was particularly averse to being under the surveillance of detectives, and he often de-. rived ,amusemen,t, /when travelling a.broad, in concealing his movements from the men who were assigned to watch and protect him from Just such attacks as resulted in bis death at tl^e bands of an assassin at Salonikl last month. TO BE EXERC Brussels, April 11.-The Belgian government is preparing .to assist with all Its resources the .general strilte of Belgian workers which is scheduled to begin/on Monday. The government has; the support ol..iTaj& Gonaervative interests, of the country.: The i.Socialists- are confident ithat-nearly 400,000 men will:leave their work in jesponse to. the- strike order. The local strike committee are showing great activity in arranging to find Indigent strikers and In placing'.the children with sympathizers beyond the frontier. The workmen, have been .admonish-. ed" that the;i)�Bt-meains of 'gaining, their end' is to. display restraint and calm and peaceful endurance. Some of the members of the cab-liiefrKb^llevedthat -thergeneral' striker iwiU :be^ a failure and will he only feebly supported by-workmen.:. 0th--ers think that the strik* will._^beoome'; general: fand^declare' that -order /must! �be severely .maintained and anybody, desiring to work must be protected In exercising that right. Workers.ranlons In . manyv. - districts! throughout the country took a vote � last /night on .the- question of : joinlngi: In the strike. At Heirstal mill,the'" 8000 employees! of.i.the: National Arms i' factory voted In favor of the movement. The Typographical union oi Brussels .showed-dlttle sympathy/.with^ the strike:and' the&r4^ ^ Pen-Angle Union ^uits 0 ' 0 Do Delight 0 Q . Those Who Wear Them You will feel so comfortably clad in your first Pen-Angle Union Suit... the under-wear that fits and does not lose its shape. ^ Nor has the wash-tub any terrors for this knit-to-fit and warranted-not-to-shrink underwear, fit represents the best investment in intimate garments your money can find, f For it retains to the end the quality / that makes it sell in the first plac^ ^> . ahd|ii|[i that is more than you can say of ordinary. ; underwear that has been costing you the same; price. ^ You will be satisfiM^^^itffilSip PENMANS LIBfflTED.. PARIS'. i'CAli'JPi^'Jk SWEATERS HOSIERY A Better Razor Than Your Forefathers Evier Bs^i A Sharper Blade -A Safer Method Tuberculosis Is oh thie Decline ^-^S^^o'^the bnfel, Merchant in each town or cityiwHo wiil| ^su6��i;i^'to,"the doctriile'Qf "one, price.to; ev:erybpdy|;; everyw1ie]:e;". * > � '' v^;. 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